Pro Hac Vice Admission in The Appellate Courts of the State of New York
Your admission pro hac vice in the court of original instance will not work.
In the four departments of the Appellate Division, an out-of-state attorney may not argue an appeal or appear on a brief unless Read More
NYSCOA Rule Change Effective May 16, 2018
The Court of Appeals of the State of New York has amended its Rules of Practice relating to amicus curiae relief (Rule 500.23) to require that proposed amicus indicates if a party, a party's counsel, or any o Read More
New: Word Limits in the New York Court of Appeals
Until now, the New York Court of Appeals had chosen to leave the length of briefs filed in that court up to the discretion of the parties and their counsel. As of June 22, 2016, that changed.
Under the newly adopte Read More
New York Appellate Practice: How Does a Motion for Reargument Affect My Appeal? Common Pitfalls to Identify, Avoid or Escape in the State Appellate Courts
Often, an appellate practitioner must contend with a motion for reargument made in the lower court and its effects on the appellate proc Read More
The Appellate Law Journal
Volume 3 | Issue 2 | 2015
The Appellate Law Journal focuses exclusively on rules, practices and procedures of federal and state appellate courts nationwide. Edited by the appellate experts at Counsel Press, The Appellate Law Journal is designed Read More
Monitoring the Appellate Trends: A Closer Look at the New York State Unified Court System Annual Reports
Stability, evenness, predictability – these are ways, perhaps surprising to some, to describe recent trends in the state appellate courts of New York. Whether speaking of affirmance rates, total number of records filed, or m Read More