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My resolution for the New Year: A new blog

For years, I have wanted to write a book on Louisiana appellate practice. Not some legal-theory thing, but a nuts-and-bolts, this-is-how-I-do-it thing. Problem is, I don’t have the time to write a book. But maybe, every now and then I could write a little piece of it. So I have started a new blog, A Louisiana Appellate Lawyer, where I may write a piece of the book at a time, in random order. I envision the content to be simple: what I do, and why I do it. I hope that it is helpful to aspiring appellate lawyers. I also hope that experienced appellate lawyers with ideas different from mine will enrich the blog with their comments. Maybe one day, I will write that book. But meanwhile, I will self-publish my thoughts on the blog.



Ray: Good luck with the new blog. My blog allowed me to greatly improve my book, so I wouldn't be surprised if your blog were to allow you to write a book that otherwise wouldn't have been written. Ken


Excellent! I'm sharing this with the attorneys in the family back in the Crescent City.

Susan Kalmbach

Exciting news. Best of luck! SCK

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