On December 3, 2020, Partner Amy E. Bedell was a co-presenter for a lecture at the Suffolk County Bar Association on Appellate Practice that addressed the basics of taking a civil appeal in the Appellate Division, Second Department. The lecture covered a broad range of topics, including filing a Notice of Appeal, perfecting the appeal, the contents of an Appendix or Record on Appeal, electronic filing requirements, the format of briefs, and preparation for oral argument. The lecture was part of a “Fundamentals for a Flourishing Practice” series that the Suffolk County Bar Association presents through their educational arm, The Suffolk Academy of Law. The Bar Association has continued to offer CLE programs on a variety of topics throughout the Covid-19 era, where attendees are able to earn CLE credits from the convenience and safety of their home and office. It was a great opportunity for the speakers and attendees to connect with the legal community. Amy was honored to speak along with fellow co-chair of the Bar Association’s Appellate Practice Committee, Glenn P. Warmuth, Esq., and grateful for the opportunity to take part in the program.