Want another perspective on joinder? Jurisdiction? Join BarBri for a two part substantive civ-pro review lecture. This will be a great opportunity to review topics, whether you're in the middle of outlining, finishing up, or have just begun. Lecture is from 4:30-7:30 on both Wednesday and Thursday nights, and a pizza dinner will be provided. Wednesday night is open to all 1Ls, and Thursday night is limited to BarBri-enrolled students. For questions, please contact Claudia Ahwireng at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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BarBri 1L Civil Procedure Lecture
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