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Babcock (law, emerita, Stanford Law School) tracks the civil suit, from pleading through preclusions. The book begins with coverage of constitutional due process as a foundation for the study of jurisdiction. This third edition adds readings on how adversarial litigation compares to the administration of justice in other countries, and offers expanded treatment of emerging doctrines governing transnational litigation and the growth of a global digital economy. There is a greater emphasis in this edition on empirical studies of the practical consequences of procedural change. Annotation 2006 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)