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How can a Civil Procedure tutor help you?
Civil procedure is a practical and logical part of law school curriculum. It's the course that teaches new law students how courts run and the rules and procedures that must be followed. Civil procedure teaches about who can sue, when they can sue, and what deadlines must be followed. It can be a dense and difficult course to master, but private instruction can clarify your studies immensely. Civil procedure tutoring can assist students who are struggling to understand how complaints and answers work. For example, a defendant who is served has twenty days to file an answer, but a defendant who waives service gets more time. What does waiver of service entail? For that matter, what makes a proper complaint? It is in civil procedure coursework where most students learn that a complaint states who the parties to the lawsuit are, why the venue is proper, what events led up to the suit, and what the plaintiff is asking for the court to do.
Civil procedure tutoring can help students understand the differences between various discovery tools, such as subpoenas, requests for production, oral and written depositions, and interrogatories. Each of these options can serve a different purpose and may be used differently in a case. Think of law classes as practice time. Each of these options also has different rules - for example, the limits on the number of questions, or the time to respond - and it can be difficult for a student to remember them all. Nobody wants to be presenting in court and be unsure as to how to proceed. Law school is intensive and provides the experience needed to enable a student to think on their feet before they ever set foot in a courtroom. There are lots of facts to know, but it's also about developing the mental acuity required of an effective lawyer.