Georgia trial practice manual

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A former Trustee of Mercer University, he was given that school's Distinguished Alumnus Award in 1986 and its Outstanding Alumnus Award a year later. Gregory is a Director of the Georgia Civil Justice Foundation, a Fellow of the American Bar Foundation and the Georgia Bar Foundation, and a Member of the Institute of Judicial Administration, the Cordele and American Bar associations, the State Bar of Georgia, the Georgia Trial Lawyers Association (Secretary, 1992-1993), the Association of Trial Lawyers of America, and the American Law Institute.


This proven practice tool incorporates the most recent changes in the trial court rules, as well as the subtle common law evolution of the rules and the Civil Practice Act as reflected in case law.

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View a sample of this title using the Read Now feature This latest edition of Georgia Civil Practice, first published in 1990 and written by distinguished attorney and former Georgia Supreme Court Justice Gregory Hardy, is the only single reference to comprehensively treat both the Uniform Superior Court Rules and the Civil Practice Act.


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