Harvard Law School. Materials for Federal Litigation Course, 1993: Finding Aid.
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Title: Harvard Law School Materials for Federal Litigation Course
Quantity: 1 boxes
Language of materials: English
Abstract: Contains multilith copies of materials used for the Spring 1993 semester Federal Litigation
course, a first-year elective course at the Harvard Law School.
Transferred by David Shapiro, 30 Nov. 1993.
Processed by Anne Ramsay, 2002.
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The course materials are accompanied by two memoranda: one is from Prof. David Shapiro,
which gives a brief history of the course as it has been taught at the Harvard Law
School since 1970; the other is from Jeffrey Kobrick, the person chiefly responsible
for developing the course and its teaching materials, which explains the organization
of the course materials.
- Box 1 - FolderMaterials for Federal Litigation Course, 1993
- 1-1. Shapiro memorandum to Cheryl Ade, 30 Nov 1993.
- 1-2. Kobrick cover letter to Shapiro, 22 Nov 1993.
- 1-3. Kobrick section, course in Federal Litigation general organization, Spring 1993.
- 1-4. Schedule of classes and assignments, Spring 1993.
- 1-5. Memorandum to the firm (assignment for first class).
- 1-6. Supplemental facts Re: film.
- 1-7. For plaintiff's attorneys only, memorandum to the file.
- 1-8. For defendants only, memorandum to the file.
- 1-10. Answer of the defendant.
- 1-11. Motion to dismiss or transfer.
- 1-12. Motion to certify a class.
- 1-13. Materials for preliminary injunction.
- 1-14. Motion for production of documents.
- 1-15. Warner's notes, memorandum for defense only.
- 1-16. Criminal contempt proceedings.
- 1-17. Negotiation exercise.
- 1-18. Confidential, to plaintiff's counsel.
- 1-19. Confidential, to defendant's counsel.
- 1-20. Background materials for drafting complaint and answer
- 1-21. Materials on motion practice and written and oral advocacy.
- 1-22. Assignment on brief writing.
- 1-23. Assignment on use of authority in brief writing.
- 1-24. Readings and assignment for depositions of Norman Nolan and Laura Jameson.
- 1-25. Nolan deposition script.
- 1-26. "Script" for deposition of Laura Jameson.
- 1-27. Readings for personal jurisdiction, Jurisdictional amount and venue.
- 1-28. Memos to outside judge: Robert E. Keeton.
- 1-29. Memo to outside judge: Patti B. Saris.
Education --Law and legislation.