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Publications for Michael Berch 



BOOKS
  • Michael Berch, Rebecca Berch, & Ralph Spritzer, Introduction to Legal Method and Process: Cases and Materials (5th Ed., Thomson/West 2010).
  • Michael Berch, Rebecca Berch, & Ralph Spritzer, Introduction to Legal Method and Process: Cases and Materials (4th ed., Thomson/West 2006).
  • Michael Berch & Ralph Spritzer, Introduction to Legal Method and Process (3d ed., West Group 2002).
  • Michael Berch & Ralph Spritzer, Introduction to Legal Method and Process Teacher’s Manual (3d ed., West Group 2002).
  • Michael Berch, Rebecca Berch, & Ralph Spritzer, Introduction to Legal Method and Process: Cases and Materials (3d ed., West Group 2002).
  • Michael Berch, Rebecca Berch, & Ralph Spritzer, Introduction to Legal Method and Process: Cases and Materials (2d ed., West Publishing Company 1992).
  • Handling Complex Litigation in Arizona (CES, Inc 1986).
  • Michael Berch & Rebecca Berch, Introduction to Legal Method and Process : Cases and Materials (West Publishing Company 1985).
  • Michael Berch & Rebecca Berch, Teacher's Manual for Berch and Berch's Introduction to Legal Method and Process : Cases and Materials (West Publishing Company 1985).
  • Michael Berch et al., Introduction to Legal Method and Process: Cases and Materials (5th ed., Thomson/West 2010).


ARTICLES


BOOK CHAPTERS
  • Res Judicata, in Encyclopedia of the Supreme Court of the United States (David Spinoza Tanenhaus, ed., Macmillan Reference USA 2008).
  • Removal Act of 1789, in Encyclopedia of the Supreme Court of the United States (David Spinoza Tanenhaus, ed., Macmillan Reference USA 2008).
  • Worst of the Worst: Which, If Any Circle of Hell: Dostoevsky's Crime and Punishment 405, in Screening Justice--The Cinema of Law: Significant Films of Law, Order, and Social Justice (Rennard Strickland, et al. eds., W.S. Hein 2005).
  • The Bankruptcy Appellate Panel and Its Implications for Adoption of Specialist Panels in the Courts of Appeals, in Restructuring Justice 165 (Arthur Hellman ed., Cornell University Press 1990).
  • The Courts in Action, in The Adequacy of Arizona's Court System (Phoenix, Arizona Academy 1973).