James R. Elkins

"Class Action"

Running Time: 1hr.49 mins.


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 The Film: Interview with the Producer and Writer-Producers


Mark Tushnet, "Class Action: One View of Gender and Law in Popular Culture," in John Denvir (ed.), Legal Reelism: Movies as Legal Texts 244-260 (Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1996)

"The Civil Justice System" ("Class Action"), in Michael Asimow & Shannon Mader (eds.), Law and Popular Culture: A Course Book 183-201 (New York: Peter Lang, 2004)

Cynthia Lucia, Framing Female Lawyers: Women on Trial in Film 68-81 (Austin: University of Texas Press, 2005)(and references throughout the book)

"Class Action," in Paul Bergman & Michael Asimow, Reel Justice: The Courtroom Goes to the Movies 270-276 (Kansas City: Andrews & McMeel, 1996)

 On the Disclosure of Damaging Documents

▪ Lawrence J. Fox, I'm Just an Associate . . . at a New York Firm, 69 Fordham L.Rev. 939 (2000)(a fictional story)

▪ "Discovery," in Cameron Stracher's Double Billing: A Young Lawyer's Tale of Greed, Sex, Lies, and the Pursuit of a Swivel Chair (New York: Willima Morrow & Co., 1998)

 Film Basics