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Teaching First-Year Civil Procedure And Other Introductory Courses By The Problem Method, Stephen J. Shapiro Dec 2000

Teaching First-Year Civil Procedure And Other Introductory Courses By The Problem Method, Stephen J. Shapiro

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I have been teaching the first-year course in Civil Procedure for twenty years, first for five years at Ohio Northern University, and for the last fifteen years at the University of Baltimore, where I also teach a required second-year course in Evidence. When I first started teaching Civil Procedure, I used a fairly typical case method. I was never very happy with this approach for teaching a course in which one of my major goals was getting the students to learn to read, interpret and apply the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure (“Federal Rules”). Gradually, I began to develop sets ...


Achieving Legal And Business Order In Cyberspace: A Report On Global Jurisdictional Issues Created By The Internet, Margaret G. Stewart Mar 2000

Achieving Legal And Business Order In Cyberspace: A Report On Global Jurisdictional Issues Created By The Internet, Margaret G. Stewart

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Part Ii: Special Considerations Applicable To Anti-Suit Injunctions In Class Actions, Joan E. Steinman Mar 2000

Part Ii: Special Considerations Applicable To Anti-Suit Injunctions In Class Actions, Joan E. Steinman

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The Newest Frontier Of Judicial Activism: Removal Under The All Writs Act, Joan E. Steinman Mar 2000

The Newest Frontier Of Judicial Activism: Removal Under The All Writs Act, Joan E. Steinman

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