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eBook American Civil Procedure: An Introduction (Yale Contemporary Law Series) download ISBN: 0300065043
Author: Geoffrey C. Hazard Jr.,Michele Taruffo
Publisher: Yale University Press; New edition edition (August 30, 1995)
Language: English
Pages: 240
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Geoffrey C. Hazard, J. is Sterling Professor of Law at the Yale Law School. Michele Taruffo is professor of law at the University of Pavia in Milan

Geoffrey C. Michele Taruffo is professor of law at the University of Pavia in Milan. American Civil Procedure: An Introduction does a wonderful job of explaining clearly and directly both the institutional bases and legal meaning of our procedural system. It combines a lucid and convincing analysis of the way American civil procedure fits with the framework and values of our governmental system with a fascinating step-by-step overview of the process of litigation from filing through appeal.

American Civil Procedure : An Introduction. by Geoffrey C. Hazard Jr. and Michele Taruffo. From divorce proceedings to personal injury disputes to lawsuits over busing, affirmative action, and labor relations, most conflicts in American society may eventually find their way into a courtroom. Such civil conflicts, which do not involve violations of the criminal code, encompass both actions between private parties and public controversies.

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From divorce proceedings to personal injury disputes to lawsuits over busing, affirmative action, and labor relations, most conflicts in American society may eventually find their way into a courtroom. Such civil conflicts, which do not involve violations of the criminal code, encompass both actions between private parties and public controversies. This clear and direct book by two distinguished professors of law describes and analyzes civil litigation in the United States. Geoffrey C. Hazard, Jr., and Michele Taruffo discuss both specific details and broader themes of American civil litigation, explaining (without legalese) jury trial, the adversary system, the power of courts to make law as well as to "declare" it, and the role of civil justice in government and in the resolution of controversial social issues. Hazard and Taruffo examine the stages of civil procedure, including the lawyers' role in: preparing and presenting cases; the pretrial, pleading and discovery, trial, and appeal process; and procedural variations. They explore the historical evolution of common law and procedure and compare American civil procedure with that in other modern societies in Europe, Latin America, and Japan. They conclude by discussing the economic, political, and moral constraints on litigation, possible innovations to the process, and the political significance of public access to civil justice.
Comments: (2)
Avarm
Written with a conversational tone, the book guides the reader through the litigation process. The highlight of the writing is the occasional gem of experience which discusses aspects of actual litigation (like the high cost or slow speed) which create secondary consequences that a experienced litigator would recognize as either pitfalls to be avoided or leverage for their own side.

The book is not technical enough to be sufficient for a student in a first-year civil procedure class, but does provide plain-language explanations of many topics that might be valuable for getting started with the material. Civil procedure is sometimes taught as a set of rules in the same way that baseball is merely a set of rules (which may be a useful but dry perspective to understand the topic); this book takes a higher view and treats the material as something more magical and captivating--like watching professional dancers dance the flamenco after you've had a one-hour class.

This might be fun reading for a citizen waiting for jury duty, and would be a good introduction to the subject for anyone else who wants a overview of the process in a few hours of easy reading.
Kashicage
in perfect condition! thanks!