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2024 NJ Appellate Practice - Annotated

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  2024 NJ Appellate Practice - Annotated

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NJ Appellate Practice - Annotated

General Principles of Appealability
  • Limits on appellate jurisdiction
  • Final versus interlocutory appeals
  • Scope in administrative and criminal appeals
  • Original appellate jurisdiction
Standard of Review Issues on Appeal

Detailed Examination of Appellate Procedures
  • 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
Appellate Division and the Supreme Court
  • 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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Jeffrey S. Mandel
Jeffrey S. Mandel, Esq., is the managing partner at the Law Offices of Jeffrey S. Mandel LLC. His practice includes civil litigation, criminal defense, and a concentration on appeals. Mr. Mandel is certified by the Supreme Court of New Jersey as a Civil Trial Attorney. He previously worked at Drinker Biddle & Reath LLP and Day Pitney LLP.

Mr. Mandel, a former recipient of the Young Lawyer of the Year Award from the State Bar Association's YLD, has appeared as a guest legal commentator for TruTV (formerly Court TV), Fox News Channel, Sirius Satellite Radio, CNN, and Cablevision. He has taught Appellate Advocacy at Seton Hall Law School and at Rutgers Law School-Newark. He regularly appears before the Appellate Division and the Supreme Court of New Jersey.

Mr. Mandel is a past Chair of the State Bar Appellate Practice Committee, and a lecturer for the State Bar on the topic of appellate practice and general litigation. He serves on the New Jersey Supreme Court Committee on the Rules of Evidence, the District IX Ethics Committee, and the Supreme Court Committee on the Unauthorized Practice of Law.

While in law school, Mr. Mandel interned for appellate judges Charles E. Villanueva, J.A.D. and William A. Dreier, P.J.A.D. Upon graduation from law school, Mr. Mandel accepted a position as an appellate law clerk to the Honorable Donald G. Collester, Jr., J.A.D. While a practicing lawyer, Mr. Mandel prides himself on being an avid animal photographer who enjoys directing people to his website of pictures he has taken, as he is doing here: www.jeffreysmandel.com.

If you have any comments or suggestions for future editions to this book, please feel free to contact Gann Law Books or contact the author at jeff@jsmlawfirm.com or through his website, www.jsmlawfirm.com.

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