Distilling the facts and law to yield a precise and compelling story forms the core of appellate advocacy.   Such skills are crucial for briefing and arguing appeals, where large and complicated cases must be boiled down to short briefs, and even shorter arguments.   And this same skill set can help answer complex legal questions, so that busy professionals can make critical decisions without getting lost in the weeds.   Our ultimate goal?   To reach the “simplicity on the other side of complexity.”1

If we work together, your project—whether it is a Supreme Court brief, or a memo assessing how a recent case or new regulation affects your business—will get the full attention of experienced appellate advocates.   We can devote laser-focused attention to your matter because we carefully evaluate whether each project is suitable for our firm to handle, and we will let you know when you would be better served with another firm.


1 Oliver Wendell Holmes Sr. is purported to have said: “For the simplicity on this side of complexity, I wouldn't give you a fig. But for the simplicity on the other side of complexity, for that I would give you anything I have.”