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N.C. Pretrial Litigation - Torts


Law 368

3

Upper-Level

Writing Experience (WE)

Yes

No

This seminar is designed to introduce students to pretrial litigation under the North Carolina Rules of Civil Procedure and Evidence. Topics include pre-suit considerations, claims and defenses, written discovery and depositions, summary judgment and other motions and pretrial preparation. Course materials will include an annotated copy of the North Carolina Rules of Civil Procedure and Evidence, assigned North Carolina appellate decisions and other supplemental readings. The material will be presented in the context of torts, but many concepts will be applicable to all areas of civil litigation.


 Evidence


R. Jenkins (Adjunct)

Fall
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