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Gilbert Law School Legends Audio Series: Civil Procedure, 4th (2016) **NEW**

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Gilbert Law School Legends Audio Series: Civil Procedure, 4th (2016) **NEW**

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Publisher: West Academic
Professor: Richard D. Freer
Media: mp3 (828MB), PDF (1MB)

Download 10 hours of lecture (mp3) and a 9-page handout (PDF) that will help you master this topic effortlessly.

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Product Overview:
With Law School Legends, you’ll get a brilliant law school professor explaining an entire subject to you in one simple, dynamic lecture. Law School Legends makes even the most difficult concepts crystal clear. You’ll understand the big picture and how all the concepts fit together. You’ll get hundreds of examples and exam tips, honed over decades in the classroom. But best of all, you’ll get insights you can only get from America’s greatest law professors.

Overview of Major Topics Covered:
Introduction
Personal Jurisdiction: In Personam Jurisdiction; Constitutional Standard - Due Process Analysis; Statutory Inquiry; In Rem and Quasi In Rem Jurisdiction
Notice and the Opportunity to be Heard: Service of Process; Constitutional Standard for Notice; Opportunity to Be Heard
Subject Matter Jurisdiction: Diversity of Citizenship; Citizens of Different States; Amount in Controversy; Federal Question; Supplemental Jurisdiction; Removal Jurisdiction
Venue: Basic Provisions; Transfer of Venue; Forum Non Conveniens
The Erie Doctrine: Hanna v. Plumer; Erie Itself; Hypotheticals
Pleadings: Rule 11; Complaint
Joinder: Proper Parties; Claim Joinder by the Plaintiff; Claim Joinder by the Defendant; Counterclaim; Crossclaim; Necessary and Indispensable Parties; Impleader; Intervention; The Class Action
Discovery: Required Disclosures; Discovery Tools; Deposition; Interrogatories; Requests to Produce; Medical Examination; Requests to Admit; Scope of Discovery Standard; Privilege; Work Product; Enforcement of Discovery Rules; Conferences
Pretrial Adjudication: Voluntary Dismissal; Involuntary Dismissal; Default and Default Judgment; Failure to State a Claim (Rule 12(b)(6)); Motion for Summary Judgment; Trial; Right to Jury Trial; Selection of Jury; Motions Related to Trial - JMOL; RJMOL; New Trial
Appellate Review: Final Judgment Rule; Interlocutory Review; Statutes; Federal Rules; Common Law; Extraordinary Writs; Standard of Review
Preclusion: What Law Applies; Claim Preclusion; Issue Preclusion
Conclusion

About the Professor:
Richard D. Freer is the Robert Howell Hall Professor of Law at Emory University School of Law, where he has been named Professor of the Year seven times and received the university's highest teaching award. He is a national bar review lecturer whose lectures on Civil Procedure have been seen by hundreds of thousands of bar exam candidates. His Civil Procedure casebook and treatise are used in law schools around the country, and he is the author of A Short and Happy Guide to Civil Procedure (West Academic). He has been elected a lifetime member of the American Law Institute.
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