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Correction to standards for La. appellate certification

I’ve made a slight correction to yesterday’s post concerning the standards for appellate-specialty certification in Louisiana. As originally written, the post said that among the experience requirements would be six appellate oral arguments, including at least one argument before the Louisiana Supreme Court. Today I learned that the standards will be amended to drop the requirement of at least one LASC  argument. You’ll still need at least six appellate oral arguments under your belt, but they can be before any appellate court.


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