NJ Appellate Practice
Paperback Edition: 2013
Paperback Edition Commentaries Are Current Through: 211 N.J. 608; 428 N.J. Super. 84; L. 2012 c. 60
The "What's New" Feature Brings The Online Edition Current Through:
213 N.J. 279; 430 N.J. Super. 131; 181 L.Ed.2d 448; L. 2013 c. 53
Mr. Mandel, a former recipient of the Young Lawyer of the Year Award from the State Bar Association's Young Lawyers Division, appears as a guest legal commentator for Court TV, Fox News Channel, Sirius Satellite Radio, CNN, and Cablevision. He has taught Appellate Advocacy at Seton Hall Law School and he currently teaches Appellate Advocacy at Rutgers Law School-Newark. He is a member of the State Bar Appellate Practice Committee and DRI Appellate Practice Committee. In 2007, Governor Jon S. Corzine nominated Mr. Mandel for the Law Revision Commission.
- Limits on appellate jurisdiction
- Final versus interlocutory appeals
- Scope in administrative and criminal appeals
- Original appellate jurisdiction
- Who may appeal
- Time for appeal be taken
- How taken and perfected
- Appellate record
- Briefs, appendices and other appellate papers
- Motion practice, stays, bail and emergent relief
- Calendar and argument
- Dispositions and reconsiderations
- Assessment of fees and costs
- Role and jurisdiction of each court
- Appeals as of right and discretionary appeals
- Special appeals procedures (sentencing, civil settlement, etc.)
- Certification of Questions of Law from federal courts
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