Posted by T. Greg Doucette on Apr 5, 2010 in The 1L Life

Difficulty trying to remember the rather expansive Federal Rules of Civil Procedure isn’t exactly a new experience for me — I’ve already complained about it this semester and last :beatup:

What is a new experience? The faint flickering of what could (potentially) turn out to be a mental light bulb where everything suddenly makes sense :)

We were going over Lundeen v. Cordner (354 F.2d 401 (1966)) in class earlier today, included in the textbook to illustrate Rule 56 summary judgments… but also including an interpleader as well as an intervention of right.

And when I was reading the case last night I not only noticed both of them but remembered they were from FRCP Rule 22 and Rule 24 respectively :surprised:

Still have a loooooooooong way to go between now and the final exam on May 3rd, but at least now I have hope.

Off to bed, CivPro in the AM. Have a great night everybody! :D

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