Civil Procedure

Law 201






A comprehensive survey course, Civil Procedure examines the historical evolution of the Anglo-American procedural systems into the major contemporary American types, with emphasis placed upon study of the latter. Major topics include: pleading, parties, joinder, discovery, pretrial regulation, summary judgment and other disposition without trial, conduct of trial, jury selection, evidence assessment motions, jury instruction, verdicts, judgments, appellate review, res judicata.

J. Conley, A. Hessick, B. Marshall, M. Papandrea, T. Shaw

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