This year marks the 50th anniversary of the first publication of Wright & Miller’s Federal Practice & Procedure, one of the most respected and enduring legal treatises. The treatise has been cited by federal courts over 90,000 times, according to Westlaw estimates, and by the United States Supreme Court every year since 1973.

In honor of the treatise’s anniversary, Thomson Reuters is pleased to present a podcast series throughout 2019 featuring Professor Arthur Miller, one of the founding authors of the treatise. Professor Miller will sit down with other scholars and thought leaders to discuss some of the challenges facing judges and practitioners in the federal court system today.

In this first episode, we start off the series with a conversation between Professor Miller and Jean Maess, vice president of editorial operations at Thomson Reuters, about how the duo of Professors Wright & Miller developed Federal Practice & Procedure.

Prof. Charles Alan Wright

Prof. Arthur Miller

To listen to the podcast, click here
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And please watch for more episodes throughout the year.

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