Tuesday, December 21, 2010

Duke Law Journal Special Symposium Issue: 2010 Civil Litigation Review Conference

Now in print and available here is a Special Symposium Issue of the Duke Law Journal arising out of the May 2010 Civil Litigation Review Conference, which was sponsored by the U.S. Judicial Conference's Advisory Committee on Civil Rules and covered earlier here. Here's what's in the issue:

John G. Koeltl, Introduction, Progress in the Spirit of Rule 1, 60 Duke L.J. 537

John H. Beisner, Discovering a Better Way: The Need for Effective Civil Litigation Reform, 60 Duke L.J. 547

Paul D. Carrington, Politics and Civil Procedure Rulemaking: Reflections on Experience, 60 Duke L.J. 597

Steven S. Gensler, Judicial Case Management: Caught in the Crossfire, 60 Duke L.J. 669

Patrick E. Higginbotham, The Present Plight of the United States District Courts, 60 Duke L.J. 745

Emery G. Lee III & Thomas E. Willging, Defining the Problem of Cost in Federal Civil Litigation, 60 Duke L.J. 765

Dan H. Willoughby, Jr., Rose Hunter Jones & Gregory R. Antine, Sanctions for E-Discovery Violations: By the Numbers, 60 Duke L.J. 789

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