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A Short and Happy Guide to Civil Procedure

Richard D. Freer - Law - 2014 - 183 pages
Of all the first-year subjects, Civil Procedure is the most foreign to students’ experience. This book will demystify Civil Procedure. It will explain the doctrine and make it ...
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Civil procedure

Thomas D. Rowe, Suzanna Sherry, Jay Tidmarsh - Law - 2004 - 693 pages
Professors choosing a Civil Procedure book have always faced difficult dilemmas. The ?breadth vs. depth? trade-off is particularly acute in this field, and the matter is ...
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Civil procedure

Jack H. Friedenthal, Mary Kay Kane, Arthur Raphael Miller - Law - 1985 - 876 pages
This hornbook provides a comprehensive treatment of basic rules and principles, includes WESTLAW search directions, references to Federal Practice and Procedure and a ...
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Civil Procedure: Cases and Materials

Law - 2008 - 1274 pages
The revised ninth edition of this popular casebook fully reflects the restyled Federal Rules of Civil Procedure and covers important new Supreme Court cases on pleading ...
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Civil Procedure: Cases and Problems

Allan Ides, Christopher N. May - Law - 2006 - 1216 pages
Professors who want their students to gain a solid foundation in the doctrine, theory, and applications of civil procedure discovered a dependable teaching partner in CIVIL ...
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Civil Procedure: Cases and Problems

Barbara Allen Babcock, Toni Marie Massaro - Law - 2001 - 1239 pages
The Second Edition of this popular casebook continues to provide an accessible presentation of the full range of Civil Procedure topics while it incorporates important new ...
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Civil Procedure: Doctrine, Practice, and Context

Civil procedure - 2000 - 1218 pages
CIVIL PROCEDURE: Doctrine, Practice, and Context takes a refreshing new approach to show civil litigation in action. Accomplished authors Stephen Subrin, Martha Minow, and Mark ...
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