The article contains many good tips like this one--
Your job . . . is to re-establish your theory of the case. In fact, by the time the judges have read the introduction to your reply brief, they should be singing your tune again, or at least remember what that tune is.
This is followed by two practical ways you can use to "get the judges refocused on the right issues and themes."
Certworthy is edited by Raymond Ward, who writes about other articles in the Summer issue at his weblog, the (new) legal writer. Thanks to reader Celia C. Elwell, a paralegal in Oklahoma City, for pointing me to the new issue of Certworthy.