How Does a Lawsuit Work: An Infographic - Los Angeles Lawyer and Law Firm | Catanese & Wells
How does a lawsuit work? View the infographic here to learn about the basic steps in a civil litigation process from Catanese & Wells, a California lawyer.
Law School Print: How to File a Lawsuit
This is a print from a digital drawing that I made during law school, to help me study for exams and the bar. This one's from 1st Year Civil Procedure! A page out of my notebook, colored & illustrated, to take you through the basic steps of filing a lawsuit. Drawn in the autumn of 2010, during the beginning of my law school journey. It's available in Multiple Sizes, choose whichever one you like during check-out. Thanks for visiting!
Illustrated Law: Civ Pro Flowchart on Due Process
Straight from 1L sketchbookland, a preliminary Civ Pro outline in the form of an animated flow chart. Cartoons and due process, all on a convenient tshirt.
This 4-page guide expounds on all the basics of this fast growing area of law. It includes information on: Subject Matter, Jurisdiction, Personal Venue, Pleadings, Parties to Litigation, Pre-Trial, Trial and Post-Trial. An excellent reference for the student or para-professional in the field. Browse and download thousands of educational eBooks, worksheets, teacher presentations, practice tests and more at Examville.com - The Education Marketplace (http://www.examville.com)
Lawyer and Nonlawyer Susceptibility to Framing Effects in Out-of-Court Civil Litigation Settlement - ADR Toolbox
Settling a legal dispute out of court is typically a good result for both parties. However, many disputes do not settle: the presence of cognitive biases, such as those observed through framing manipulations, is thought to be one of the many reasons for settlement failure. The present study used quantitative and qualitative data to compare […]