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eBook Civil Procedure (Law School Legends Series) ePub

by Richard D. Freer

  • ISBN: 0159008441
  • Category: Rules and Procedures
  • Subcategory: Law
  • Author: Richard D. Freer
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Harcourt Legal & Professional pubns; 3 edition (June 1, 2001)
  • ePub book: 1390 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1470 kb
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  • Rating: 4.9
  • Votes: 974

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Series: Law School Legends Series.

Series: Law School Legends Series. Publisher: Harcourt Legal & Professional Pubns (June 1996).

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Civil Procedure, 2005 Ed. Civil Procedure, 2005 Ed. (Law School Legends Audio Series). by. Richard D. Freer. This set of CDS includes a 9 hour lecture on Civil Procedure and a 25 page handout. And it’s these lectures you’ll find in the Law School Legends Audio Series. With Law School Legends, you’ll get a brilliant law professor explaining an entire subject to you in one simple, dynamic lecture.

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Richard D. Freer is Robert Howell Hall Professor of Law at Emory University School of. .Professor Freer is author or co-author of seventeen books

Richard D. Freer is Robert Howell Hall Professor of Law at Emory University School of La. Professor Freer is author or co-author of seventeen books. He is the only person to serve as contributing author to both of the standard multivolume treatises on federal jurisdiction and practice: Moore’s Federal Practice and Wright & Miller’s Federal Practice and Procedure. In 2017 he was elected to the UC San Diego Athletics Advisory Board. Education: JD, UCLA, 1978; BA, UC San Diego, 1975.

Law School Legends Audio. By (author) Richard Freer. The lecture references all the newly restyled Federal Rules of Civil Procedure.

Law School Legends Audio. Publication date 18 Mar 2016. Publisher West Academic. Imprint Gilberts Law Summaries.

We found the truly gifted law professors most law students can only dream about – the professors who draw rave reviews, not only for their scholarship, but for their ability to make the law easy to understand. We asked these select few professors to condense their courses into a single lecture. And it’s these lectures you’ll find in the Law School Legends Series. With Law School Legends, you’ll get a brilliant law professor explaining an entire subject to you in one simple, dynamic lecture. The Law School Legends make even the most difficult concepts crystal clear. You’ll understand the big picture, and how all the concepts fit together. You’ll get hundred of examples and exam tips, honed over decades in the classroom. But best of all, you’ll get insights you can only get from America’s greatest law professors!

Comments

Freaky Hook Freaky Hook
I enjoyed listening to CD's produced by Prof R. Freer, so much so that I wanted to listen to same CD's previous editions to see if other topics were covered; I envy his students, I hope he produces more audio CD's on various subjects, I am not even a Law student, but highly inspired by Prof Freer to consider law school at incredibly advanced age:)
He reminds me of the late Prof Finz who was equally brilliant and articulate, I listen to his CD's too, even ordered his old tapes! both so brilliant, caring for their students to teach them in most enjoyable and clear way. Refreshing to see humanity in their voices.
lolike lolike
This course on CD covers thoroughly the basics of civil procedure. All major topics are touched-upon: federal subject matter jurisdiction, including diversity of citizenship jurisdiction and "arising under" (federal question) jurisdiction; the constitutional common law of personal jurisdiction; long arm statutes; venue; pleading; motions; discovery; impleader and interpleader; service of process; rule 11 sanctions; collateral estoppel and res judicata; etc. The lecturer's intonation and speech volume are steady and easily audible. He also has a sense of humour, in an appropriate way, and a way of teaching that make the subject matter memorable. This product was a good resource for me as a law student and it helped me on the bar exam. But I actually recommend this for non-lawyers too, at least in the United States. It has some fundamental legal concepts, applicable in a common law country such as the United States. Learn more about the legal systems of the United States. Includes foundational constitutional concepts relating to jurisdiction and federal jurisdiction. Some technical stuff, but it's mostly presented in an accessible way.
Cyregaehus Cyregaehus
Used this to study for the bar exam, but I wish I had it when I was a 1L. This is a really excellent overview of Civil Procedure. Professor Freer makes what is probably the most difficult 1L subject highly accessible. I would definitely recommend it in review for 1L exams or for bar review.
Worla Worla
I was one of the many who had a mental block as to learning Civil Procedure in law school. I have been getting ready for the Bar Exam and realized that I needed to relearn the entire subject in order to prepare. This set of discs has given me a mastery of the subject that I never expected to have. Just following along and outlining it with him will impart a good bit of knowledge and you will automatically have an outline that is less than 17 pages of the entire subject in addition to a segment on Conflicts of Laws. If you listen to it twice, then you are ready for anything to do with Civ Pro. I wish this set of discs had been recommended in time for me to use during my actual law school class my 1L year. If so, I would have aced the class. This is one of the greatest tools I know for a civ pro student who is having trouble. It is 10 hours long, but you get the entire class. Somebody could just listen to the hour sections as it came up in class to supplement their learning and I bet it would it would be incredible.
Freighton Freighton
I had a civil professor that was very old school and very intimidating. He clearly knew his stuff but failed to actually explain any of it so us students grasped it. I spent several days listening to this audio and outlining from it and it make everything click! Between this and the E&E book I finally understood civil procedure and even got an A in the class!
Blackseeker Blackseeker
This is a well-presented and pretty comprehensive study aid. It seemed to address most of the important cases that were commonly taught in class, and I felt like Freer did a much better job explaining them than my professor did. He speaks clearly and in a way that commands your attention. I am very much an auditory learner, and I felt like this is one of the better auditory supplements I've tried.
Ishnjurus Ishnjurus
If you are like most 1L Civil Procedure students, you are looking for that supplement that drives all the craziness of Civ. Pro home. This is it! Freer is absolutely awesome and adds a great spin to Civ Pro and makes it very interesting. This is a must!
These CDs are the best especially if you are a high auditory learner! I pop it in my car and just listen to them over and over. This is the best one of the series I think, but I think I just like the speakers voice and teaching style.