Appellate Experience From “An Attorney’s Attorney”
It takes a special kind of lawyer to earn the respect and admiration of his peers. I am fortunate to have received this recognition. I’m attorney Kenneth R. White, of the Law Office of Kenneth R. White, P.C., in Mankato.
A colleague of mine once described my practice as being that of “An attorney’s attorney.” I often take appeals or write legal briefs, work on all elements of appeals or trial cases, and appear in court on their behalf.
Working as an attorney is a privilege for members of the profession. However, the appetite for doing the paperwork required for many cases — especially those that are particularly complex — varies significantly among Minnesota lawyers.
I love doing the problematic research, writing the complex briefs and providing whatever support I can for other attorneys needing the value of the specific experience gained during my many years of briefing and arguing cases before the Minnesota Court of Appeals and Supreme Court.
Minnesota Appeals Attorney
Lawyers have different strengths from one another. Knowing how to leverage these strengths to help their clients — and when to call in other experts when necessary — is a strength unto itself.
I have an extensive background as a litigator. I have acted as a trial lawyer for many cases, as well as handling more than 100 appellate cases. In addition, his skills as a legal writer can help to supplement or substitute for a Minnesota attorney working on an appeal.
Some lawyers in Minnesota might feel they lack sufficient experience that they need to handle their cases fully and effectively in the high-pressure and demanding circumstance of an appellate case. I can fill in the gaps for lawyers around the state who are dealing with complex issues related to criminal appeals as well as civil appeals. I can also assistance with writing, researching and litigating appeals in court.