Appeal Book Preparation

Appeal Books don’t have to be confusing. We can guide you through.

Present your Appeal Book correctly and professionally, regardless of where the matter is being held. We understand what each court needs when it comes to Appeal Books. Each jurisdiction has slightly different requirements including style of indexing, method of pagination or procedure to be followed.

Every jurisdiction and every court, tribunal and commission have their own rules. It’s easy to get confused. Our Appeal Book team have the experience to guide you through the process.

Appeal Books

We will provide what your jurisdiction requires.

We can help you with:

Tick.pngAssessing the necessary content of the book

Tick-(1).pngAdvising on the rules and requirements

Tick-(2).pngAdhering to processes and procedures required by the Court

Tick-(3).pngAccessing documents from a Court file for the preparation of the Appeal Book

Tick-(4).pngPreparing cover pages and indexes complete with volume and page numbers

Tick-(5).pngCompiling the Book with correct line numbering where required

Tick-(6).pngAlerting you to any discrepancies in the content (e.g. missing pages in a paginated document,
skewed documents etc)

Tick-(7).pngFinishing the book in the appropriate format (e.g. in folders or bound etc)

Tick-(8).pngFiling and serving

We prepare Appeal Books for all jurisdictions including:

Tick-(9).pngHigh Court of Australia

Tick-(10).pngFederal Court of Australia

Tick-(11).pngSupreme Court of Appeal

Tick-(12).pngFamily Court of Australia

Tick-(13).pngIndustrial Relations Commission

Tick-(14).pngFair Work Australia

You will always receive a draft copy of the Appeal Book to ensure your complete satisfaction before we proceed to multiple copies. Don't risk sloppy documentation and preparation. Our guidance will allow you to present your book correctly and professionally, regardless of where the matter is being heard. Talk to us today.


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