One does not have the right to appeal from an interlocutory order except in certain circumstances. In this Article, Mr. Donovan focuses on the right to appeal based on the substantial right doctrine. This subject was addressed by Justice Willis P. Whichard in an article published in 1984, and Mr. Donovan continues the work in this area with a study of the subsequent case law. The Article carries forward the format used by Justice Whichard -presenting the law according to the subject area of the law. The twenty-four subject areas are organized alphabetically to facilitate the use of the Article as a reference guide
J. Brad Donovan, The Substantial Right Doctrine and Interlocutory Appeals, 17 Campbell L. Rev. 71 (1995).