College of Law

Civil Procedure II


Law 5001 - Spring 2012

Professor: Roy M. Sobelson Class Times: MW, 9:00 am - 10:15 am
Syllabus: CIVIL PROCEDURE II/SPRING 2012   login for access | Location: Room 100
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Course Description

Civil Procedure II. This course builds upon the foundation established in Civil Procedure I and exposes the student to the discovery process, the pretrial order and the trial of cases in civil matters, including jury selection and considerations bearing on non-jury trials; the scope and order of trial and the presentation of evidence; opening and closing arguments and instructions to the jury; and attacks on verdicts and judgements. The course concludes with a consideration of the fundamental principles of appellate review and the binding effect of decisions (res judicata, collateral estoppel, and the law of the case).

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