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Civil Procedure (University Casebook Series)

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This is the 2011 Supplement to Rowe, Sherry, and Tidmarsh's Civil Procedure casebook.
Hardcover, 693 pages
Published July 30th 2004 by Foundation Press
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James Fant
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Recommends it for: law students
A glorious guide to the federal rules of civil procedure. From Celotex to Erie, you'll have all the tools you need to sue the pants off of any tortfeasor.
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