Civil Procedure (LAW 384.3)

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LAW 384 02 January 2017 Robert Kennedy (primary instructor)
 
LAW 384 01 September 2016 Christopher Lavier , Ian Wagner (primary instructor)
 
LAW 384 03 January 2016 Robert Kennedy (primary instructor)

Description

A chronological study of the procedural steps, rules and related substantive law in a civil action from the moment of the decision to sue to the trial of the matter. The context of the adversarial process in an action is examined by reference to the policies underlying civil procedure, the role and authority of the lawyer, the organization and jurisdiction of the courts, limitations of actions and costs. The civil action is examined through a focus on principles of jurisdiction and venue, type and manner of commencement of proceedings, pleadings, multiple claims and parties, and discovery. The course will involve the drafting of documents.

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