Course Information

Course Number

110

Credits

4.5

Area of Study & Practice

  • Civil Litigation: Practice and Procedure

Civil Procedure


A consideration of the basic problems of civil procedure designed to acquaint students with the fundamental stages and concerns of litigation, e.g., jurisdiction, pleading, discovery, trial, choice of law, and multiparty actions. In addition, this course will highlight a number of specialized topics including the role of juries in deciding civil disputes, the ethical responsibilities of the litigation attorney, and the development of alternative dispute resolution systems. At several points, this course will focus on an analysis of the procedural system's operations as revealed through empirical studies.


Please note that course organization and content may vary substantially from semester to semester and descriptions are not necessarily professor specific. Please contact the instructor directly if you have particular course-related questions.

Sections/Instructors

Stephen Sachs
Civil Procedure 110.05
Fall 2014

Thomas B. Metzloff
Civil Procedure 110.04
Fall 2014

Darrell A. H. Miller
Civil Procedure 110.03
Fall 2014

Marin K. Levy
Civil Procedure 110.02
Fall 2014

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