Indiana Law students can build their own plan of study by taking classes from a
number of different areas, or they can choose an
area of focus.
B533 Civil Procedure I
Description This course studies the devices within the legal system for the resolution of civil disputes, including jurisdiction of courts over persons, property, and subject matter; functions of pleadings, pretrial motions, and discovery; appeals, revision, and vacation of judgments; collateral attack on judgments; res judicata; and organization of the court system. (3 cr., 3 cr.) Fall semester.
Faculty L. Fuentes-Rowher, C. Geyh, A. Orenstein, L. Robel, G. Shreve