CLASS ACTION RESOURCES - BOOKS
Below is a bibliography of books on class action law. The entries are arranged alphabetically by author.
Conte, Alba. Attorney Fee Awards, 3rd ed. (Thompson-West 2004).
Conte, Alba & Newberg, Herbert B. Newberg on Class Actions, 4th ed. (Thomson-West 2002).
Jasper, Margaret C. Your Rights in a Class Action Suit (Oceana Publications 2005).
Mulheron, Rachael P. The Class Action in Common Law Legal Systems: a Comparative Perspective (Oxford 2004).
Mullenix, Linda S. Mass Tort Litigation: Cases and Materials (West Pub. Co. 1996).
Rheingold, Paul D. Mass tort litigation (Clark Boardman Callaghan, 1996).
Sanders, Joseph. Bendectin on Trial: a Study of Mass Tort Litigation Joseph Sanders (University of Michigan Press 1998).
Weinstein, Jack B. Individual Justice in Mass Tort Litigations: the Effect of Class Actions, Consolidations, and Other Multiparty Devices (Northwestern University Press 1995).
Yeazell, Stephen C. From Medieval Group Litigation to the Modern Class Action (Yale University Press 1987)
This site provides attorneys, judges, law professors and students with a comprehensive resource on class action law. The editor is William B. Rubenstein, Professor of Law at Harvard Law School. Professor Rubenstein's work emphasizes class action law: he has published, litigated, and served as an expert witness in the field and he regularly provides consulting services to attorneys involved in complex procedural matters.