Law 700 - Pretrial Civil Litigation
J.D. Loyola Law School, 1997
This course is designed for students who will be doing civil litigation. The course provides a “real world” overview of how pretrial civil litigation is conducted and explores how lawyers strategically use each step in the pretrial litigation process to advance their clients’ interests. The course also provides students with skills-based training in case analysis, depositions, written discovery and motion practice. These skills are taught through a combination of lectures, discussions, demonstrations, and simulated role-playing exercises. Simulations are videotaped and critiqued by the instructor.
This course will be graded on a P/U/NC basis.
Will learn how to draft a complaint; draft and argue responsive motions; conduct pre-trial discovery; identify witnesses and evidence needed to prove or disprove claims; take depositions
|Alison Regan||21S||700||LEC 1||W 5:30 PM - 8:30 PM||3.0||No||No|
|Prerequisite: Law 145. Civil Procedure. Experiential course enrollment through separate process; deadline: Noon on 11/6/20. See ENROLL.LAW.UCLA.EDU. Early drop deadline: 5:00p.m. on 1/29/21.|
|Textbook for Spring 2021 LEC 1|
Roen and Reich. Civil Litigation: Pretrial Case Development and Discovery 2nd ed.
ISBN: 9781647084752. West Academic Publishing. REQUIRED $101.00