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September 19, 2006

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Robert Carlin

Thank you for pointing this out Evan. I'm currently taking apellate advocacy at my law school right now, and that brief chapter was much more helpful than what I've read so far for class.

Katherine

this is fab-U-lous stuff. Seriously. I'm currently working on a long-term brief and this is very helpful.

(So, now you can add to your website: endorsed by law students and paralegals alike.)

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