Complex Civil Litigation

Law 426






This course examines the legal, practical, and theoretical problems raised by "complex" civil litigation - i.e., litigation involving multiple claims, parties, and tribunals; novel legal issues or remedies; complex factual determinations; and/or lots of money. Specific topics include class actions and other joinder devices; federal multi-district transfer and related methods of coordinating litigation; judicial management of complex litigation, including trial; discovery issues; and preclusion doctrine.

None. Appropriate for both 2Ls and 3Ls.

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