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Wednesday, January 16, 2019

JOTWELL: Bookman on Sinnar on procedural experimentation and national security

The new Courts Law essay comes from Pamela Bookman (Temple), reviewing Shirin Sinnar, Procedural Experimentation and National Security in Courts, 106 Cal. L. Rev. 991 (2018), which explores ways to handle national-security concerns while allowing for transparency and litigation on the merits.

Posted by Howard Wasserman on January 16, 2019 at 12:33 PM in Article Spotlight, Civil Procedure | Permalink


Excellent related post or articles.It is just rather more transparent over " allowing for transparency and litigation on the merits of course ".If it is conducted in ex parte for example or appointment of master,can't be really transparent of course,but rather causing mitigation of opacity.


Posted by: El roam | Jan 16, 2019 1:09:44 PM

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