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      Civil Lawsuit Basics: Drafting and Responding to Complaints in Los Angeles


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      January 17, 2019

      Thursday  12:15 PM

      301 West 1st Street
      Los Angeles, California 90012

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      Civil Lawsuit Basics: Drafting and Responding to Complaints

      A civil lawsuit starts with the filing and service of a written complaint; the defendant must then file an answer or other response. These are called pleadings, and they set the stage for all that comes afterward in the lawsuit. In this class, learn how to prepare, file, serve and respond to civil case pleadings in California state court. Class covers: Is filing a lawsuit a good idea? Identifying possible legal theories Drafting the complaint Service of summons and complaint Answers and other responsive pleadings Presented by Ryan Metheny:Ryan Metheny is the Members Program and Educational Partnerships Librarian at LA Law Library. After graduating from UCLA School of Law, Ryan practiced First Amendment law at a public interest firm in Berkeley. He then transitioned to librarianship to focus on his passions of research and education, and earned a master’s degree in library and information science from the University of Washington. When not on the reference desk, Ryan coordinates many programs at the library, including the Members Program, the MCLE program, tours and workshops for high school students, and the law student internship program. He also teaches legal research at the University of Southern California Gould School of Law. No legal advice:LA Law Library provides access to legal resources and assistance with legal research. LA Law Library does not provide legal advice. For legal advice, you should consult an attorney. Registration fees: $20Classes fill up fast, register today to reserve your seat! All registrants must check-in 10 minutes prior to class time to ensure your seat is not reassigned to waiting-list and walk-in attendees when classes are full.

      Categories: Politics & Activism

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