LAW-1011: Civil Procedure I

Credits 3
Academic Level

This course provides a study of the constitutional and statutory underpinnings of the process by which courts resolve civil disputes. Specifically, the course focuses on the issues of personal jurisdiction, federal subject matter jurisdiction, venue, and choice of law in federal courts with diversity jurisdiction (the Erie doctrine). Assessment of these doctrines will require students to exercise relevant foundational skills and associated lawyering tasks.

Course Frequency
Offered at least once per academic year.