Civil litigators represent parties in disputes in state and federal court, in administrative tribunals, and in alternate dispute proceedings such as arbitration and mediation. Such disputes are between two or more people or entities, and remedies usually include money or judgments that require a party to do something or to stop doing something.
The Chase curriculum requires foundational courses for all students and offers additional courses for specialized expertise.
Civil Procedure and Evidence are tested with both essay and multiple choice questions in nearly all jurisdictions. Many, but not all, practice areas are also tested on the bar exam; check your jurisdiction’s website for specific topics tested.
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