Basic Civil Litigation

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Aspen Publishers, 2004 - Law - 454 pages
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Giving paralegal students everything they need to understand civil litigation - in the office, during the discovery, and through trial and appeal. This completely revised edition of a distinctly student friendly text provides a comprehensive overview of the role of the paralegal in civil litigation. Be sure to notice these teachings and learning aids: thorough explanation of all the basics of litigation,written at the level of the beginner in a conversational tone well-structured text covers all the typical material in the basic course without overwhelming students frequent illustrations and forms provide realistic examples of litigation practice practical, common-sense considerations for paralegals are highlighted as appropriate the author explains difficult concepts in special boxed sections two sample cases are used throughout the tex to provide coherent examples for students Changes To The text make the Second Edition completely current and even more accessible: scrupulously revised to reflect all changes To The law since publication of the previous edition more material on ethics and internet/computer technology practical issues boxes edited for timelines and usefulness revised and updated appendices completely new design makes the text much more attractive and readable

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Contents

Basic Law Office Structure and Procedure
25
2J Litigation CaseFile Management
32
Investigation
61
Copyright

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