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Civil Procedure (Law School Legends Audio Series CD)

This audio lecture covers subject matter jurisdiction, personal jurisdiction, long arm statutes, and constitutional limitations. It also discusses in rem and quasi in rem jurisdiction, service of process, venue, transfer, forum non conviens, removal, waiver, governing law, pleadings, and joinder of claims. Also included are permissive and compulsory joinder of parties, counterclaims and cross-claims, ancillary

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This audio lecture covers subject matter jurisdiction, personal jurisdiction, long arm statutes, and constitutional limitations. It also discusses in rem and quasi in rem jurisdiction, service of process, venue, transfer, forum non conviens, removal, waiver, governing law, pleadings, and joinder of claims. Also included are permissive and compulsory joinder of parties, counterclaims and cross-claims, ancillary jurisdiction, impleader, class actions, discovery, pretrial adjudication, summary judgment trial, post trial motions, appeals, res judicata, and collateral estoppel. The new edition has references to all the newly restyled Federal Rules of Civil Procedure.

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Timoteo says:

A helpful study aid. This course on CD covers thoroughly the basics of civil procedure. All major topics are touched-upon: federal subject matter jurisdiction, including diversity of citizenship jurisdiction and “arising under” (federal question) jurisdiction; the constitutional common law of personal jurisdiction; long arm statutes; venue; pleading; motions; discovery; impleader and interpleader; service of process; rule 11 sanctions; collateral estoppel and res judicata; etc. The lecturer’s intonation and speech…

William Allen Arnold says:

Great for learning or refreshing civil procedure knowledge. Good for Bar review or supplementing the class I was one of the many who had a mental block as to learning Civil Procedure in law school. I have been getting ready for the Bar Exam and realized that I needed to relearn the entire subject in order to prepare. This set of discs has given me a mastery of the subject that I never expected to have. Just following along and outlining it with him will impart a good bit of knowledge and you will automatically have an outline that is less than 17 pages of the entire subject in addition to a…

A. Miller says:

This is a really excellent overview of Civil Procedure Used this to study for the bar exam, but I wish I had it when I was a 1L. This is a really excellent overview of Civil Procedure. Professor Freer makes what is probably the most difficult 1L subject highly accessible. I would definitely recommend it in review for 1L exams or for bar review.

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