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40th Federal Litigation Course

Purpose: This is an introductory course that presents practice-oriented instruction encompassing problems confronting government attorneys in federal civil litigation. Instruction is provided in federal civil litigation subjects, including: the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure; case management; discovery; the Federal Tort Claims Act; the Administrative Procedure Act; requests for official information; Freedom of Information Act and Privacy Act litigation; the Court of Federal Claims; depositions; official immunity; pleadings and motion practice; and mediation in federal courts.

Prerequisites: Attendees must be Department of Defense (DoD) military or civilian attorneys who are serving in, or pending assignment to, a federal civil litigation position. Paralegals and legal administrators who provide legal support in federal civil litigation may also apply.

Please complete this form to apply for in-resident attendance to the course.

Applications are due NLT 13 July 2022. Admissions will be made on a rolling basis. Those interested should apply early. Applicants will be notified of their enrollment status (admitted or waitlisted) NLT 15 July 2022.

*The following organizational information is intended to capture the job you will be in August 2022 (i.e., the job making your attendance at the Federal Litigation Course relevant).

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