David Marcus

David Marcus

Professor of Law
B.A. Harvard University, 1998
J.D. Yale Law School, 2002
UCLA Faculty since 2018

D. Marcus

This is a course about the processes that courts follow in deciding disputes in noncriminal cases. It deals with the way in which conflicts are framed for courts, the stages through which litigation...

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D. Marcus

An Introduction to Modern American Legal Thought will provide students with an historical overview of the development of American jurisprudence. Students will learn jurisprudential basics, to enable...

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D. Marcus

In 1991, Professor Judith Resnik argued that the federal courts no longer decided “cases” but instead managed “litigation.” An international marketplace and a broad-based consumer society have made...

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D. Marcus / S. Yeazell

Traditional first-year civil procedure courses provide students with a basic legal orientation necessary to understand civil litigation. But much of what determines outcomes in the American civil...

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This course will introduce students to the procedural regulation of impact litigation brought in the public interest. Public interest litigation regularly raises a number of complex procedural...

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