Appellate Advocacy

The Appellate Advocacy Committee shall promote communication and cooperation between lawyers who practice before the state and federal appellate courts and members of the judiciary, and provide the opportunity to identify and address the means to achieving quality practice in all manner of appeals. The committee shall enhance the knowledge and professional capability of lawyers through focused educational programs. The committee shall foster dialogue between the bench and the bar, explore means and methods to improve and advance the appellate process, and may review and make recommendations concerning the rules of procedure that affect appellate process.

Blurb Appeals

Appealing a Collateral Order? Fresh Guidance on Rule 313

Hot Tip Videos

Rule 1701(b)(3): Reconsidering Reconsideration (and Its Catch)

Appellate Brief Drafting

Amicus Curiae Briefs

Appealing Under the PCRA

Challenging Precedent

May you file a Petition for Allowance of Appeal after seeking reargument?"