February 19, 2007
Welcome to the Civil Procedure Prof Blog. Our hope is that this blog will become a sort of Civil Procedure “town square” for those with a passion for this area of the Law—a place where we can discover and discuss the latest developments in our field, share teaching advice, and bounce scholarship/research ideas off one another. While we do want to provide a forum to discuss major developments, we have no plans to create a daily digest for all cases CivPro. We’ll start the conversation but hope you’ll continue it via the comments section for each post. We also invite you to steer the conversation. If you think there’s something that needs our attention—such as a recent opinion or an interesting new article (even if it‘s your own)—e-mail us, and we’ll make it the subject of a post. We hope you’ll add a quick visit to the Civil Procedure Prof Blog to your daily routine. Let the conversation begin.
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Does anyone know of any published criticism of the requirement for a statement of undisputed facts that many jurisdictions include in their rules re summary judgment motions? Thanks!
Posted by: Monica Swanson | Feb 21, 2007 8:31:25 AM