Professor Michael L. Coyne
Phone: 978.681.0800 X115
1. The body of law – usually rules enacted by the legislature or courts – governing the methods and practices used in civil litigation.
• An example is the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure.
2. A particular method or practice used in carrying on civil litigation.
– Black’s Law Dictionary
This audio review is in lieu of class (10/30/2017) and is required listening; students should be prepared with new material for the next class.
MSLAW Educational Forum episode on Civil Procedure with Judge Peter Agnes.
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