Civil Procedure II

B534 is taught by C. Geyh, A. Parrish, Quintanilla, S. Wallace

This three-credit course explores personal jurisdiction, subject matter jurisdiction, the Erie doctrine, service o process, venue, removal, and appeals, among other topics. Civil Procedure II addresses topics formerly covered in the second semester of our year-long Civil Procedure course, and so may be fairly characterized as foundational --not just for prospective litigators, but also for aspiring non-litigators who, as corporate lawyers, tax lawyers, trusts and estates lawyers, real estate lawyers, intellectual property lawyers, and others, practice law in the shadow of civil litigation.