EDWARD “Coach” WEINHAUS
Coach began his appellate work pro se – meaning representing himself. After gaining redress in a Seventh Circuit case (and getting handslapped with a $0 sanction even while winning), Coach began refining his skills. He worked with former Supreme Court and Circuit Court of Appeals Clerks to learn the craft while building the Appellate practice.
In 2021, Coach merged his Appellate Practice, Appellors.com, into LegalSolved. Appellors keeps its single-minded pursuit of appellate work front of mind, while the parent firm is able to offer a far more powerful toolset to its clients.
Coach’s bio can be found at LegalSolved’s Organization page.
That gets to the question of how the name Appellors came to be. Let’s share that below with our process for finding Appellors worthy of the name.
Appellors are the various, experienced former Supreme Court and Appellate Clerks who take on appeals with our firm. We don’t just hire anyone. An Appellor has to be able to think like a judge, better by which to persuade. If you want to be an Appellor, reach out to Coach to join our roster.
From where does the word “Appellor” come? It’s an old English legal term, which has mostly fallen into disuse. In general, it meant someone who prosecutes an appeal. That wasn’t its only usage. It specifically applied to a criminal convicted, who brought charges then against someone anew for the crime.
Like the Appellors of yore, our Appellors have a lot on the line in your case.
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Edward "Coach" Weinhaus, Esq.
11500 Olive Blvd Ste 133
Creve Coeur, MO. 63141
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