About Civil Procedure for All States: A Context and Practice Casebook

Welcome to the casebook for the future of legal education. The Context and Practice Series, published by Carolina Academic Press, incorporates Carnegie's 3 Apprenticeships:
  1. Traditional legal analysis; 
  2. practical skills; and 
  3. professional identity formation. 
Professor Madison's casebook, Civil Procedure for All States, is a part of this amazing new series and is devoted to instilling the best that legal education can offer a student. Additionally, this casebook is capable of being used in any of the fifty states from the East to West Coast.

If you are a professor teaching in this field you may request a complimentary copy.
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About the Context and Practice Series Series

 Professor Michael Hunter Schwartz, a nationally known teaching and learning scholar, designed the CAP Series to make it easy for professors to implement the ideas from the Carnegie Report and Best Practices. In fact, he is a named contributing member of the Committee that published Best Practices for Legal Education. A few principles are core ones in the series' vision. Among these are to set high expectations, "engage the students in active learning," "give regular and prompt feedback," "help students improve their self-directed learning skills," "employ multiple methods of instruction," and, in particular, "use context-based instruction." Educating Lawyers argues that law professors need to do a better job helping students build practice skills and develop their professional identities.

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