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October 29, 2009
What sort of lawyer does not love Pennoyer--especially this time, when it's put in a rhyme?
This is what it purports to be: a Seussian take on civil procedure. It’s a short, fun essay that covers (1) the iron triangle of civil procedure - the role of lawyers, judges, and juries, and (2) prominent civil procedure doctrines, such as personal jurisdiction, Erie, pleading, discovery, and joinder.
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Another legal poem: http://blogs.law.harvard.edu/corpgov/2008/05/19/the-love-song-of-the-delaware-court-of-chancery/
Posted by: David | Nov 18, 2009 2:08:10 PM
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