SUPREME COURT PRACTICE
|Click here to read the review that originally appeared in the Summer 2002 issue of The Appellate Practice Journal
|Click here to read the review that appeared in the Autumn 2002 issue of The Green Bag
The Bureau of National Affairs in Washington has
recently published the Ninth Edition of
SUPREME COURT PRACTICE, the treatise on practice before the Court
written by Mayer Brown partners Stephen M. Shapiro,
Kenneth S. Geller and
Timothy S. Bishop and
professors Eugene Gressman and Edward A. Hartnett. The Ninth Edition, which
reflects the substantial changes to the Court's rules that became effective in
October 2007, contains new suggestions for preparing effective petitions for certiorari, briefs in opposition to certiorari, and amicus briefs
under the new rules. It also offers new insights and suggestions on preparation of merits briefs
and techniques for presenting effective oral arguments. The Ninth Edition continues to offer detailed advice, reviewed and approved by the Clerk's office, on all of the jurisdictional and procedural rules that apply to cases litigated in the Supreme Court. The treatise may be ordered by telephone at 1-800-960-1220, and is available at a discount at
As a courtesy to the viewer, the following links will display the treatise's
Summary Table of Contents, Detailed Table of
Contents, and Preface.
Copyright 2007 by The Bureau of National Affairs, Inc. Reprinted with permission of The Bureau of National Affairs, Inc.
from Supreme Court Practice, ninth Edition. For order information call 1-800-960-1220 or visit BNA's web site at
Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data
Supreme Court practice: for practice in the Supreme Court of the United States /
Eugene Gressman . . . [et al.]. -- 9th ed.
ISBN 978 - 1-57018-554-0
1. United States. Supreme Court--Rules and Practice. 2. Appellate Procedure -- United States.
3. Jurisdiction -- United States I. Gressman, Eugene, 1917 - II. Bureau of
International Standard Book Number:
Printed in the United States of America