On Thinking About a Description of a Country's Civil Procedure
Northeastern University - School of Law
Tulane Journal of International & Comparative Law, Vol. 7, pp. 139-152, Spring 1999
Northeastern University School of Law Research Paper
Using Edward Sherman's valuable talk on "The Evolving American Civil Trial Process", I examine how to think about a description of aspects of a country's procedure. I review various lenses we can adopt to examine and evaluate procedure. After describing these positions I provide examples of how two of our contemporaries have approached the problem of analyzing aspects of our evolving American system of litigation.
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