How not to write an appealable judgment
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Some changes to my appellate blog

Today I’ve taken advantage of the Martin Luther King holiday to do some work on this blog. To describe the content more accurately, I’ve given it a new title, “Louisiana Civil Appeals.” To make the posts more readable, I’ve reformatted the blog. And on the right side of the screen, I’ve added two Feedburner widgets, allowing you to subscribe either in a reader or by e-mail.


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