The Pretrial Process
The Pretrial Process addresses the issues associated with basic civil litigation tasks such as drafting pleadings, interviewing and counseling clients, developing facts, preparing interrogatories, taking depositions, and filing motions. The Pretrial Process covers all stages of pretrial litigation comprehensively, pragmatically, and succinctly without being over-simplified. This book is designed to be useful both to clinical students working on their first cases and to classroom students expecting an intellectually satisfying law school experience.
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Table of Contents
CHAPTER 1 Introduction to Pretrial Litigation
CHAPTER 2 Interviewing
CHAPTER 3 Initiating Litigation
CHAPTER 4 Client Counseling
CHAPTER 5 Fact Development
CHAPTER 6 Written Discovery
CHAPTER 7 Depositions
CHAPTER 8 Motion Practive
CHAPTER 9 Negotiation