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Well, we generally are taught to write “objective briefs” - these are neutral bruefs that fairly and dispassionately lay out the case law and summarize the status of that law’s effect. A “persuasive brief” will advocate for your client’s position. Instead of neutral presentation of cases, you would select cases that are strongest for your position and focus on telling a judge why you should win. Similar skills but the tone and task are a bit different.
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