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Lawyering Skills III

Master the technical aspects of appellate brief writing, including formatting your brief and inserting a Table of Contents and Table of Authorites.

Setting Up Your Word Document

Polishing up your Appellate Brief can feel overwhelming.  You've spent so much time on research and writing that the thought of further messing around in Word just makes you feel tired.  Maybe you don't know Word as well as you would like and don't have time to learn, or maybe you think that the only way to have that professional look means manual edits. 

However, with a few quick preliminary steps, you can have your Word document setup for easily creating and inserting a Table of Contents and Table of Authorities.  This quick tutorial will walk you through the setup that will make this a breeze.  Click the link below to get started.