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Procedural reform: an overview and checklist

Experienced readers of Point of Law know that many of our topical subpages, such as those for asbestos and attorneys' fees and ethics, are headed up with an overview of the topic, sometimes adapted from the earlier writings of PoL contributors, sometimes newly written from scratch. (Examples: class actions, comparative law). We periodically post new overview essays and intend eventually to have one up for each subtopic. The latest, posted yesterday, is one I've written on procedure and its reform.

It should be noted that unless stated otherwise the overviews are works in progress and that we look forward to revising them to correct errors and omissions and to take into account changes in the legal scene. Readers are invited to send feedback to the authors, especially if you spot any errors.



Rafael Mangual
Project Manager,
Legal Policy

Manhattan Institute


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