Law school students find Rigos' comprehensive 2021 Edition of Federal Civil Procedure review hornbook to be a perfect inexpensive complement to law school casebooks and as a resource later in preparing for the Bar Exam. Focused text, Magic Memory Outlines, question maps, multiple-choice and essay questions and answers. Helpful acronyms-mnemonics are included. What is included in this book? Succinct explanations of the most frequently tested federal civil procedure black letter law principles are presented without overwhelming you with unnecessary concepts or depth. This federal civil procedure hornbook is helpful to law students in their first-year federal civil procedure law school exams and builds a foundation for your bar exam preparation later.
Two hundred multiple-choice questions of varying degree of difficulty are included with explanations of all four answer rationales. Our helpful Learning Questions reinforce your understanding of the tested black letter law. The question maps cross-reference the textual subject coverage to the 200 multiple-choice questions.
If you do not understand a theoretical federal civil procedure legal issue, the related questions will put it in context. 10 years of federal civil procedure essay issue distribution charts and primary issue statements are included. These are very helpful in formulating your essay answers around our acronym-mnemonics. The essay questions presented are UBE style 30-minute MEE essays. These are followed by the NCBE practice of three varieties of answer presentations – a comprehensive summary, grading guide outline, and full responsive narrative answer. The material also includes our helpful federal civil procedure acronyms-mnemonics to assist in memorizing the black letter law elements.