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ISBN:1566629802
Author: Ralph U. Whitten,Larry L. Teply
ISBN13: 978-1566629805
Title: Civil Procedure University Textbook (University Textbook Series)
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Language: English
Category: Rules and Procedures
Publisher: West Publishing Company; 2nd edition (January 2000)
Pages: 1019

Civil Procedure University Textbook (University Textbook Series) by Ralph U. Whitten,Larry L. Teply



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by Ralph U. Whitten and Larry L. Civil Procedure, Teply & Whitten. Published by Thriftbooks. com User, 16 years ago. This book offers the civil procedure beginner easily accesible and easy to read information on basic civil procedure concepts on up to more advanced problems. It is easily read and I would recommend it to any first year law student looking for a source that gets to the point, while offering basic reasoning behind the concepts that one would apply on a law school exam.

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Reviews: 4
Ferri - My name
I bought this to use a supplement for my civil procedure class, and the material is good. however, my edition came pretty beat up and has extensive highlight and writing throughout the edition, which is pretty upsetting. I want to like this more as the material is good, but the edition I received is less than ideal.
Kelezel
I was "forced" to purchase this book (in addition to a casebook) for my law school civ pro class. I avoided the "red book" as much as possible and sold it at the end of the year. However, I soon came to realize that the book contains a great wealth of info from basic stuff to very cutting edge theory. Although my first year I struggled through the material in my civ pro course, I could have done much better had I utilized this book! Now, I have repurchased this book and rely on it immensly. This book is teaching and reteaching me the civ pro course.
It is not for the extreme beginner (i.e. it is not a replacement for an emmanuel), but Civil Procedure is a very academic and intellectual source worth the 40-something bucks.
Zainn
This book offers the civil procedure beginner easily accesible and easy to read information on basic civil procedure concepts on up to more advanced problems. It is easily read and I would recommend it to any first year law student looking for a source that gets to the point, while offering basic reasoning behind the concepts that one would apply on a law school exam.
Swiang
I had the misfortune of taking civil procedure with Professor Whitten in 1991, while a second year law student at Creighton. Instead of writing a concise book designed to equip a potential lawyer for the day to day uses of the Rules of Civil Procedure, Whitten wrote a tome, filled with obscure arguments about subjects that rarely come up. It would appear that this book was written for other law professors, not law students.