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Can you write an appellate brief in 140 characters or less (including spaces)?
This odd question--and challenge--has been posed by the Appellate Section of the Texas State Bar, which is kicking off its annual meeting in September with a Twitter brief competition, asking members and attendees to test their ability to make it short and quick.
For those yearning to enter--and those who have no clue where to start--here are a few suggestions to get those creative juices flowing.
One option is to write a tweet inspired by a recent appellate decision:
Or you could go the standard route:
Or how about the flippant route?
Now that you've been sufficiently inspired, go ahead and try your hand at an appellate tweet. You may just win the Twitter brief competition.
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