Feb. 17, 2023

#103: Panel Opinion - Paths to Becoming an Appellate Lawyer (Collaboration with The Appellate Project)

In today’s special Panel Opinion episode of How I Lawyer produced with The Appellate Project I am excited to welcome four appellate lawyers who share their paths to becoming appellate lawyers and the tools they have learned for success along the way. 

I am excited to partner with the Appellate Project on this episode. TAP is a non-profit dedicated to diversifying the appellate bar and empowering law students of color to thrive in the appellate field. I previously spoke to TAP's Executive Director and Founder Juvaria Khan on Episode #10!

The episode features:

  • Cristina Najarro (Deputy State Public Defender at  the Office of the State Public Defender in Oakland, California) 
  • Mahogane Reed (Appellate Attorney at the U. S. Department of Justice in Washington, D.C.)
  • Juan Perla (Partner, Curtis, Mallet-Prevost, Colt & Mosle LLP in New York, NY)
  • Ian Courts (Assistant District Attorney-Appeals Unit in Philadelphia, PA)

Learn more about The Appellate Project at http://www.theappellateproject.org

This episode is also sponsored, edited, and engineered by LawPods, a professional podcast production company for busy attorneys.

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