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Civil Procedure

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105060447898
Genre : Civil procedure
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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 Brodin join forces with Thomas O. Main, a practitioner and recent law school graduate. Together, they convey the reality of practice as they present civil procedure in its full theoretical, social, and historical context. CIVIL PROCEDURE: Doctrine, Practice, and Context stands out from other casebooks because of its: successful demonstration of the connection between the study of civil procedure and the practice of law exceptionally varied and provocative excerpted materials that provide context and integrate theory, policy, and doctrine introductions and Explanations included in every chapter sensible and supportive Comments and Questions numerous thought-provoking exercises that are challenging, yet not intimidating review exercises with sample exam questions appendix of actual litigation documents, with two complete case files including transcripts, memoranda, exhibits, motions, and more emphasis on lawyering skills, values, and social responsibility excellent selection of cases The book opens with introductory material and progresses through such important course topics as: remedies; pleadings; simple joinder; discovery; the right to jury trial; personal jurisdiction and notice; subject-matter jurisdiction, removal, and venue; choice of law; appeals, complex litigation, ADR, and more With vivid examples that capture and hold interest, the authors provide both a solid scholarly overview and a penetrating 'behind-the-scenes' examination of the realities of civil litigation.

Defining Crimes

Author : Joseph L. Hoffmann
ISBN : 1454875747
Genre : Law
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Defining Crimes, by the distinguished author team of William J. Stuntz (late of Harvard) and Joseph L. Hoffmann (Indiana), breaks from the tradition of Model Penal Code-centric casebooks and focuses instead on the rich intellectual and theoretical issues that arise from how crimes actually get defined and applied today by state and federal legislatures, trial and appellate courts, police, prosecutors, defense lawyers, and juries. The innovative approach of Defining Crimes enables the in-depth study of the problems and issues that affect the day-to-day contemporary practice of criminal law.

Bowker S Law Books And Serials In Print

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ISBN : IND:30000039776053
Genre : Law
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