Connecticut Appellate Practice is authored by Judge Eliot D. Prescott, who was appointed to the Connecticut Appellate Court by Governor Malloy in 2014.
The book is 760 pages of text and included ten chapters with a detailed Table of Contents as well as a comprehensive Index and Table of Cases at the back of the book referenced by section number.
Last updated in 2019, this new edition includes new discussion of: rules relating to the exercise of supervisory powers over an appeal, procedures relating to planning and zoning matters and cases arising under the inland wetland and watercourses act, and recent development of final judgment jurisprudence. This book also includes six tables of authority, including cases, statutes and practice book sections. Chapters include:
CONNECTICUT'S APPELLATE COURT SYSTEM
APPEALABILITY: RIGHT TO APPELLATE REVIEW
REVIEWABILITY: MATTERS SUBJECT TO REVIEW
TAKING THE APPEAL
PERFECTING THE APPEAL
MOTIONS AND OTHER PROCEDURES
REVIEW BY WAY OF CERTIFICATION
DISPOSITION OF THE APPEAL
ORIGINAL PROCEEDINGS IN THE SUPREME COURT