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Rick Marcus on Procedure and Courts in America

Published on: Author: Scott Dodson

My colleague Rick Marcus, a longtime leader in both domestic and comparative civil procedure, has published two articles. The first, “Treading Water? Current Procedural Issues in America,” 23 ZZPInt 183 (2018), reports on U.S. procedural developments of some interest to scholars in other countries, including class-action rule reform, personal jurisdiction, discovery, arbitration, and third-party litigation… Continue reading

Rory Little on Justice Kennedy’s Criminal Jurisprudence

Published on: Author: Zach Price

Last February, UC Hastings Law hosted the first post-retirement symposium on Justice Kennedy’s jurisprudence, with the justice himself attending. In the Hastings Law Journal’s symposium following the event, my colleague Rory Little has published a valuable survey of Justice Kennedy’s criminal cases during his thirteen years as a federal appellate judge and three decades on… Continue reading

Scott Dodson on Accountability and Transparency in U.S. Courts

Published on: Author: Rick Marcus

My colleague Scott Dodson is the most prominent American civil-procedure scholar of his generation addressing comparative-procedure issues. One recognition of his status is that he is the youngest American elected to membership in the International Association of Procedural Law. Another is that he was invited to serve as National Reporter for the U.S. in connection… Continue reading