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Civil Procedure: Examples & Explanations

3.76  ·  Rating details ·  266 Ratings  ·  23 Reviews
The latest edition upholds the standard of quality that Glannon originally set:
- engages student interest as it teaches, making learning as painless as possible
- covers all aspects of the first-year course, including the difficult areas of res judicata, collateral estoppel, and personal and subject matter jurisdiction
- presents accessible introductions and interesting exa
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Paperback, Fifth Edition, 679 pages
Published February 22nd 2006 by Aspen Publishers (first published 1992)
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Grayson
Jun 19, 2017 rated it it was amazing
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Civil procedure is totally fascinating and this is a pretty good E&E. The rules of subject-matter and in personam jurisdiction, removal, lass actions, and venue set the stage for the intricate game of the civil trial. The advanced concepts like transference of venue and which venue's law controls are pure logic-game fun. I'm actually serious.
Nick
Dec 21, 2008 rated it really liked it
What can I say? My CivPro professor assigned this in lieu of a casebook. For this I am grateful. Glannon makes the subject about as palatable and accessible as it can be. However, as it is a first-year law school textbook, I necessarily have love-hate relationship with it, so please view the rating accordingly (in an apples-and-oranges sense, that is; I am not saying that the CivPro E&E is "better" than The Sea Wolf.
Ke
Nov 04, 2012 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
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Though I did not finish the book, I read and completed the exercises that were relevant to my Civ Pro classes. The main reason I found this E&Es to be better than others (e.g. Contracts, Crim Law), is that Professor Glannon balances explaining the material and providing practice exercises.

That said, there were also good alternatives to reading this book, such as Civ Pro flash cards.
Chris
Dec 11, 2007 rated it really liked it
Recommends it for: Only people in a Civ Pro class.
Shelves: school
There are a lot of laws in the US
Kathryn
Jan 13, 2009 rated it it was amazing
Wonderful and clear.
Matthew Raketti
great resource for first year law students.
Earl
Dec 11, 2014 marked it as to-read
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TL;DR
Gavin
Feb 12, 2007 rated it it was amazing
All things Examples and Explanations are good in my book.
Desiree Finkbeiner
good resource for students OR people who want to become educated for their own personal use.
Nick Bentley
Nov 27, 2007 rated it it was amazing
The essential text come exam week. Summed up months of lectures in a few handy pages.
Ben
Aug 04, 2008 rated it it was amazing
This book made CivPro much easier. The questions at the end of each chapter are where the money is.
Brian
Feb 25, 2008 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: law, non-fiction
Saved my butt in Civil Procedure. Interesting problems to test application of Civil Procedure concepts.
Theodore Hasse
Mar 11, 2008 rated it it was amazing
This is another favorite hornbook from law school. Great book.
Cathey
Sep 03, 2009 is currently reading it
Very well done, easy to read and understand. I especially enjoy the Examples sections.
Zoe
Jan 17, 2009 rated it really liked it
I use it as a supplement for my civil procedure class and I find it really useful!
Michelle
Jul 29, 2007 rated it it was amazing
Yep, that's right. Go Glannon. A law student/federal law clerk/litigator's best friend .... sigh.
Todd
Jul 25, 2007 added it
Blegh.
Marcus
May 09, 2011 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
A must read for the first year law student. It doesn't go through enough the first year material to sufficiently prepare a student for their final, but it does cover important material.
Jon-David
It was pretty helpful in understanding civil procedure. It was actually required reading in my civ pro class.
Karidickinson
Jul 18, 2008 rated it it was amazing
I never would have passed Civil Procedure without this book! It's excellent.
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