D-107 – Civil Procedure – HP
Examination of questions of procedure including: jurisdiction and venue; federal subject matter jurisdiction such as diversity and federal question jurisdiction; notice and code pleading; Federal Rules of Civil Procedure governing joinder of claims and parties; discovery; summary and default judgments; the right to a jury trial in civil matters; and issues of finality of judgments. Appropriate examples are drawn from Georgia law.
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Glannon, Civil Procedure: Custom, Aspen Publishers Inc, ISBN: 9781454822134
Legalpub, 2012 Federal Civil Rules Bookley, LegalPub.com Inc, ISBN: 9781934852217
Freer, Civil Procedure, Aspen Publishers Inc 3rd Edition, ISBN: 9781454802228
Glannon, Civil Procedure: Examples & Explanations, Aspen Publishers Incorporated 6th Edition, ISBN: 9780735570337
Shreve, Understanding Civil Procedure, LexisNexis Matthew Bender 4th Edition, ISBN: 9781422407127
Spencer, Acing Civil Procedure, West Publishing Company College & School Division 3rd Edition, ISBN: 9780314276070
Civil Procedure – HPCJ
For the first class, read Chapters 1 and 2 (pp. 3-36) of the Glannon, Perlman, Raven-Hansen Coursebook. This is primarily background material, but it is very important information that will aid your study not only in this class but throughout law school as well. For the second class, read Chapter 3 (pp. 39-88) of the Coursebook, and read the statutes 28 U.S.C.
Secs. 1331 and 1332 in your Federal Civil Rules Booklet. Brief all of the cases, and work through all of the problems. Be sure to bring both the Coursebook and the Rules Booklet to every class.