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Appellate practice in Nebraska: A thorough, though not exhaustive, primer in how to do it and how to be more effective
Daniel L. Real, Appellate Practice in Nebraska: A Thorough, Though not Exhaustive, Primer in How to Do It and How to Be More Effective, 39 Creighton L. Rev. 29 (2005), reprinted in Nebraska Appellate Practice Handbook 429 (Daniel L. Real, Danny C. Leavitt & Lorrie B. Benson eds., 2016).
A review of appellate practice rules in the State of Nebraska, including jurisdictional and filing requirements, as well as practical advice for being more effective. Complete with thorough statutory, rule, and case citations.
Appellate briefs: Law school lessons adapted to the real world
Daniel L. Real, Appellate Briefs: Law School Lessons Adapted to the Real World, Mar./Apr./May 2016, Student Law., at 20.
Thoughts about enriching judicial independence by improving the retention vote phase of appointive selection systems
John F. Irwin & Daniel L. Real, Thoughts About Enriching Judicial Independence by Improving the Retention Vote Phase of Appointive Selection Systems, 43 Ct. Rev. 60 (2006).
This article concerns improving the judicial retention vote in selective appointment systems.
Unconscious influences on judicial decision-making: The illusion of objectivity
John F. Irwin & Daniel L. Real, Unconscious Influences on Judicial Decision-Making: The Illusion of Objectivity, 42 McGeorge L. Rev. 1 (2010).
Judicial decision making is influenced by unconscious decisions and motivations - implicit biases. This paper explores how implicit bias impacts judicial decision-making, as well as considerations for minimizing negative ...
Enriching judicial independence: Seeking to improve the retention vote phase of an appointive selection system
John F. Irwin & Daniel L. Real, Enriching Judicial Independence: Seeking to Improve the Retention Vote Phase of an Appointive Selection System, 34 Fordham Urb. L.J. 453 (2007).
This article discusses the subjects of judicial selection and judicial independence, focusing on retention votes in appointive selection systems. The article includes a historical look at judicial selection and retention ...
Judicial independence and retention votes
John Irwin & Daniel L. Real, Judicial Independence and Retention Votes, Neb. Law., Jan. 2011, at 5.
This is a Nebraska Lawyer magazine article reprinting the prior Court Review magazine article by this author. The article concerns thoughts about improving judicial independence by taking steps to improve judicial retention ...
Appellate practice in Nebraska: A primer
Daniel L. Real, Appellate Practice in Nebraska: A Primer, Neb. Law., July 2006, at 5.
Derived from the similarly-titled Creighton Law Review article by this author (39 Creighton L. Rev. 29 (2005)), this article focuses on a discussion of techniques for more effective appellate advocacy, including more ...
The insider's guide to the Nebraska appellate courts
David A. Domina & Daniel L. Real, The Insider's Guide to the Nebraska Appellate Courts, in 2 Appellate Practice Compendium 949 (Dana Livingston ed., 2012).
Criminal appeals to the Nebraska Supreme Court and the Nebraska Court of Appeals
Daniel L. Real, Criminal appeals to the Nebraska Supreme Court and the Nebraska Court of Appeals, in Nebraska Appellate Practice Handbook 107 (Daniel L. Real, Danny C. Leavitt & Lorrie B. Benson eds., 2016).
COVID-19 and a novel initiative to improve safety by 3D printing personal protective equipment parts from computed tomography
John J. Coté, John Haggstrom, Ranuga Vivekanandan, Kristin A. Coté, Daniel L. Real, David P. Weber, Anne Cheng, Nicholas G. Dubay & Robin Farias-Eisner, COVID-19 and a Novel Initiative to Improve Safety by 3D Printing Personal Protective Equipment Parts from Computed Tomography, 6 3D PRINTING MED. (2020), https://doi.org/10.1186/s41205-020-00073-6.