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This seminar helps answer the question “What makes litigation complex?” by providing an opportunity to study the issues that courts face when trying to resolve, fairly and efficiently, such matters as consumer or business class actions, mass tort litigation involving products such as asbestos and pharmaceutical products, and document intensive commercial litigation. Students will explore all the various phases of litigation and examine ways in which complexity arises and can be addressed. A presentation of your paper topic is required.