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LAW 630S Class Actions/Other Complex Litigation 3.0 Credits

This course builds on the first year civil procedure course by examining the rules and practice that apply in sophisticated litigation settings. Students will learn about representative (class) actions; how to address related cases pending in different courts and other case management issues; the application of claim and issue preclusion principles; and other issues often faced in complex litigation. The course will cover a number of recent Supreme Court cases affecting civil procedure and will provide students with the working knowledge of the procedures they will likely need in cases of any significance.

College/Department: Thomas R. Kline School of Law
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit

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