Rules of Appellate Procedure

URAP 009. Docketing statement. Amend. Explains the purposes of a docketing statement, the different types of docketing statements, and the information that must be included when filing a docketing statement.

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  1. Leslie Slaugh

    Where jurisdiction is addressed thoroughly in the docketing statement, the committee should consider eliminating the requirement of Rule 24(a)(4) that jurisdiction be revisited in the briefs.

  2. Jon V. Harper

    Deletion of the language in (f) — that an issue not listed in the docketing statement may nevertheless be raised in appellant’s opening brief — is helpful in efforts to mediate. The appellee is given a better sense of what issues are actually being appealed at time of mediation.