You know the facts of your case inside out; you’ve got the applicable law down cold; you are ready to argue your case in front of an appellate court, right? WRONG… the facts and the law alone—essential as they are—do not make the argument. You need to know where you are going and whom you will be standing before, what they are expecting from you and what you can expect from them before you should even think about arguing your case. This is not always easy knowledge to acquire and requires guidance and advice from insiders. Get invaluable insights from appellate jurists and seasoned appellate attorneys. The course covers all facets of oral arguments, from the basics to the advanced. The various oral argument protocols of the courts are delineated and discussed. Explore the roles, strategies, and tactics for presenting oral argument on behalf of the appellant and on behalf of the appellee, and see demonstrations of specific case examples.