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Bloom, Frederic M. Professor and Wolf Nichol Fellow

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Research

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  • Professor Bloom's scholarship concentrates on issues of structure, method, and design in modern federal courts. He teaches Civil Procedure, Evidence, Federal Courts, and related courses.

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  • law, civil procedure, evidence, federal courts

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Teaching

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  • LAWS 6353 - Evidence
    Primary Instructor - Spring 2018 / Fall 2018 / Spring 2020
    Studies the methods and forms of proof in litigation, including detailed consideration of hearsay, impeachment of witnesses, relevancy and certain restrictions on authentication and best evidence doctrines, and privileges.
  • LAWS 7003 - Federal Courts
    Primary Instructor - Spring 2018 / Spring 2020
    Looks at structure and jurisdiction of the federal courts, emphasizing problems of federalism and separation of powers and their relationship to resolution of substantive disputes.

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