Connors, Patrick M.
May 2009
Albany Law Review;2009, Vol. 72 Issue 2, p447
Academic Journal
The article presents information on several literary works on New York civil procedure by David D. Siegel, Distinguished Professor Emeritus of Albany Law School in New York. Siegel's textbook "New York Practice," focuses on the state's civil procedure and is being used by judges, lawyers and law students. In 1993, Siegel started writing the monthly analysis of New York courts procedures entitled "Siegel's Practice Review," which circulated around the state for fifteen years.


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