Call For Papers: A Critical Guide To Civil Procedure

Call For Papers:A Critical Guide to Civil ProcedureCall for PapersBoston University School of Law (host; co-sponsors Seattle University and University of Washington)Workshop Date: Wednesday, May 8, 2019Abstract Deadline: March 15, 2019Convenors: Portia Pedro, Brooke Coleman, Suzette Malveaux, & Elizabeth Porter Civil Procedure is not a technocratic, neutral area of study, yet there is no collection of civil procedural scholarship engaging perspectives at the margins. In this workshop, we will discuss these perspectives. The workshop will support a book project that the convenors are editing. The idea for the book project is to create a critical reference guide for the core civ pro concepts students learn every year. We envision a collection of essays – loosely keyed to traditional textbook topics – that reveal the relationship between civil procedural rules/doctrines and race, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, class, and disability. In addition to basic civil…

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