“Appellate Practice Perspectives: Private Civil Firms with Reagan Simpson, Yetter Coleman LLP”
Although private civil appellate practice can be its own niche, there are many ways to do it—solo or in a boutique, mid-sized firm, or large firm. While the basics remain the same, the individual experience may vary greatly depending on the practice setting. Todd Smith and Jody Sanders sit down with Reagan Simpson of Yetter Coleman LLP to compare and contrast each of their experiences in various practice settings. Both Todd and Reagan started at large firms, with Reagan transitioning through various settings into a boutique practice, while Todd found his way to solo practice. Jody has spent his career working at a mid-size firm. They also talk about the various types of experiences appellate practice can bring, while Reagan discusses his career working as both a trial and appellate attorney.