Shoot, Brian J.
May 2009
Albany Law Review;2009, Vol. 72 Issue 2, p457
Academic Journal
The article focuses on the literary works by David D. Siegel, Distinguished Professor Emeritus of Albany Law School in New York, on the state's procedural laws. The author comments on Siegel's direct, lucid, unpretentious and refreshing commentaries he wrote on the "Civil Practice Law Rules." He emphasizes that Siegel's hornbooks and commentaries have been cited in various court decisions in the state. He also highlights that Siegel's writings and advice as to what the law should be are being considered by courts in the state.


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