Thursday, November 17, 2005

Preclusion Tips

In the same way that reading the advisory committee notes can help you understand the federal rules, the restatement sections have notes and illustrations that can give you a lot of good examples and help you discover the contours of the doctrines. You can read them by going on to Lexis and doing this:

Research -> Under the Secondary Legal heading, click Restatements -> Judgments -> Click on the rule sections (second one) ->type in the section number you want, and do not click search. Instead click the button sayikng search Table of Contents only. This will limit the results a little better. Scroll down the list and click on the one you want.

You can print for free in the Lexis lab.

I highly recommend this as a way to augment your studies (especially for issue preclusion, section 27).


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