Faculty by area of expertise - Civil Litigation
In 1991, Professor Judith Resnik argued that the federal courts no longer decided “cases” but instead managed “litigation.” An international
Food Fight: An Examination of Recent Trends in Food Litigation and Where We Go From Here
April 11, 2014
The Resnick Program for Food Law and Policy, in conjunction with The ...
Please join the Business Law Association and the Lowell Milken Institute for Business Law and Policy for a panel on Business Litigation. Our
Courses with category Civil Litigation
Clinical & Experiential Learning - Pathways to Practice - Litigation
This course will examine issues relevant to complex civil litigation, with a particular focus on class actions and multidistrict litigation.
This course is designed for students who will be doing civil litigation. The course provides a “real world” overview of how pretrial civil ...
phases of criminal litigation. The course has three major components, all of which focus on the pretrial phase of the criminal practice. First
Overview Skills Clinics teach students the core competencies that they will need as they enter practice, preparing them for a range of career paths. For example, our trial ...
Join the Ziffren Center and Gibson Dunn for this talk on entertainment litigation.
University of Illinois College of Law
for Media, Entertainment, Technology and Sports Law on the topic,: "Litigation v. Corporate: The Courtroom v. The Boardroom."
will conduct these hearings in pairs under the supervision of the instructor. Case-work may additionally include pretrial civil litigation work
, intellectual property infringement litigation increasingly takes on a cross-border dimension. This course explores cross-border issues that may arise
February 23, 2015 -- Professor James Park’s new research on the active participation of bondholders in securities litigation was featured in a ValueWalk article.
Park says his ...
May 31, 2016 – Professor Katherine Stone published a post on the Economic Policy Institute’s “Working Economics Blog” about the perils of mandatory arbitration and the importance ...
April 15, 2011 -- Professor Doug Lichtman published an op-ed in the New York Times entitled "Patently Obvious" on how American patent law is litigated. To read the op-ed, click ...
September 21, 2012 -- Cara Horowitz, the Andrew Sabin Family Foundation executive director of the Emmett Center on Climate Change and the Environment, commented on climate change ...
April 8, 2015 –Professor Eugene Volokh commented on the lawsuit proposed by a University of Virginia (UVA) fraternity against Rolling Stone. This dispute resulted after Rolling ...
UCLA Law Professor Forrest Mosten and Lecturer Elizabeth Scully.
Three new books by UCLA School of Law faculty shine a light on non-traditional forms of practice in order to ...
in litigation if settlement is not reached; and offering preventive legal services such as premarital agreements and dispute resolution protocols