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Its clear, straightforward writing style continues to make Civil Procedure accessible to students without oversimplifying the material it covers. An effective overview of procedure gives students a working knowledge of the system and offers techniques for statutory analysis. Civil Procedure's teachable structure features a clear organization, concisely edited cases--carefully chosen for first-year students--textual notes introducing and highlighting connections between sections, and practical problems. The casebook's shorter length assures that each class will completely cover the complex course material in limited hours, and a flexible organization adapts to a variety of teaching approaches.
The Eighth Edition introduces innovative new features that highlight important and engaging material. ""What's New Here?"" boxes briefly summarize key points emerging from cases, statutes, and rules. ""Implications"" boxes make brief statements about connections and extensions of doctrine, aimed at answering the perennial question students ask, ""How does this connect with the rest of the course?""; ""Perspectives"" boxes provide short explorations of cases' historical context and related developments, addressing the query, ""What does it mean that this happened at this historical moment?"" The material is updated throughout, and new material appears on Erie, pleading, discovery, arbitration, preclusion, class actions, and joinder. The Eighth Edition is available as an eBook as well as a print book.Biografía del autor:
Stephen Yeazell writes about the history and theory of procedure and about the dynamics of modern civil litigation. He teaches courses that correspond to these interests: Civil Procedure, Contemporary Civil Litigation, International Civil Litigation. He has received the campus s highest awards for his teaching (the University's Distinguished Teaching Award) as well as for his research (the UCLA Faculty Research Lectureship); he was also the first recipient of the School of Law's Rutter Award for Excellence in Teaching. He served as Associate Dean of the School of Law from, as chair of the UCLA Academic Senate, and as Interim Dean of the School of Law in 2009-10. Before studying law, Professor Yeazell did graduate work in English literature and taught English and history in junior high schools in New York City, an experience, he reports, that has made him appreciate the relative calm of even the feistiest law school class. After law school, he clerked for Justice Mathew Tobriner of the California Supreme Court. Professor Yeazell's books include From Medieval Group Litigation to the Modern Class Action (1987); Civil Procedure (8th ed., 2012), and Contemporary Civil Litigation (2009). He is a Fellow of the American Academy of Arts & Science.
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Descripción Wolters Kluwer, 2012. Hardcover. Condición: New. Never used!. Nº de ref. del artículo: P111454807105
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