May 10-11, 2010: Civil Litigation Conference at Duke Law School

A live Webcast is available for the 2010 Civil Litigation Conference, sponsored by the Judicial Conference of the United States, and being held 10-11 May 2010 at Duke University Law School in Durham, North Carolina, USA.

The conference will focus on empirical research on U.S. federal civil litigation, including research on lawyers’ satisfaction with the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, judicial decisions (Iqbal and Twombly and cases applying them) respecting pleading rules, ediscovery, the “vanishing trial”, incentives for settlement, and experimentation and proposals respecting civil litigation reform in U.S. states, including research conducted by the Institute for the Advancement of the American Legal System at the University of Denver (IAALS).

Click here for the conference program.

Click here for information about the conference from Duke Law.

Click here for an article about the conference from Tony Mauro at National Law Journal.

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One Response to May 10-11, 2010: Civil Litigation Conference at Duke Law School

  1. legalinformatics says:

    Bob Ambrogi has links to the conference papers and press and blog coverage of the conference: http://j.mp/a8pEqD

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