Prevarication Du Jour

frr201310071302ZI’m honestly not sure where I first learned about the legal doctrine of res judicata, but is was probably from my father. He was a lawyer, and I probably first heard of the principle when he was explaining a case to me when I was a kid.

The legal guidance I’m getting about the Hoge v. Schmalfeldt peace order case is coming from real, live lawyers who have graduated from law school and passed the bar exam.

CivProThere are, of course, more authoritative books available on civil procedure. One good example is Civil Procedure, Cases and Materials, 11th (American Casebook) by Friedendthal, et al. This popular casebook provides a framework for studying both the essential and the cutting-edge issues of civil procedure while incorporating problems that test doctrinal understanding, foster case reading skills, and encourage a sense of litigation strategy.

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