Combined JD/MI Program - Civil Procedure LAWS 2361   Civil Procedure
Civil Procedure is a required second-year course canvassing the civil court system, commencing proceedings, pleading, motions and affidavits, territorial jurisdiction and convenient forum, standing, limitation of actions, suing the government, joinder of parties and claims, discovery, dispositions without trial, trials, orders and enforcement, appeals, costs, class proceedings, alternative dispute resolution and case management. Students will also take part in small practical workshops instructed by civil litigation practitioners which focus on drafting and advocacy using a hypothetical case.
NOTES: Students taking this course must register in and complete LAWS 2361 & LAWS 2362 in consecutive terms; credit will not be granted if courses are not completed consecutively. Assessment Method: Written examinations, drafting assignments and workshops.