Meet TypeLaw at The Lawyer’s Club of San Francisco Inn of Court March Luncheon

TypeLaw is pleased to be a sponsor of the LCSF American Inn of Court March Luncheon and program honoring the California Judiciary.

This event, which arose from the Inn’s 70+ year tradition of hosting a luncheon celebrating the California Supreme Court, provides the opportunity to meet distinguished members of the courts, the TypeLaw team, and fellow SF attorneys.

The luncheon will be held Wednesday, March 27, 2024 from 11:00am-1:30pm at The Intercontinental Mark Hopkins, 999 California Street, San Francisco.

About The Lawyer’s Club of San Francisco American Inn of Court

The Lawyers’ Club of San Francisco American Inn of Court is the San Francisco chapter of the American Inns of Court, whose vision is a legal profession and judiciary dedicated to professionalism, ethics, civility, and excellence.

The Inn’s mission is to inspire the legal community to advance the rule of law by achieving the highest level of professionalism through example, education, and mentoring. The LSCF Inn of court supports that vision and mission through regular Inn meetings, smaller pupilage teams, and socializing and networking opportunities.

Helpful resources for California attorneys

TypeLaw has helped lawyers accurately format briefs for cases before California Superior Courts, District Courts of Appeal, the California Supreme Court, as well as US Federal Courts, including the Supreme Court of the United States.

We also publish resources and insights to help attorneys with the briefing process. Here are some of our most popular California-specific blog articles:

California Style Manual vs. Bluebook Case Citations

There are many key case citation distinctions between the California Style Manual and Bluebook. This article provides helpful examples so you can get it right when preparing your next brief.

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A Guide to Citation Hyperlinking Requirements in State and Federal Courts

Courts are increasingly expressing their preference for hyperlinked briefs—and some courts even require them. It can be difficult to keep it all straight, so this guide summarizes it for you, by state. 

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TypeLaw Case Study: Alan Charles Dell’Ario

Certified appellate specialist Alan Charles “Chuck” Dell’Ario explains how TypeLaw helps him streamline his briefing process as a solo practitioner who continues to take on multiple high-profile appellate cases each year.

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