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May 25, 2005

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Yeoman

I envy you folks in that your firms have appellate lawyers.

I like appeals work, or any brief work, but I really dislike litigating. However, I'm a litigator. I do all my own briefing, from beginning to end, but I only end up doing appellate work, as a rule, on my own cases.

To be free of doing trials, and only need to do appellate work would be great, although I have a hard time imagining knowing enough about the case at the trial level, for an appeal, without having done the trial.

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