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Federal Courts: Cases and Materials, 14th Edition.


Federal Courts: Cases and Materials, 14th Edition

Charles Alan Wright, John B. Oakley, and Debra Lyn Bassett

Foundation Press


1159 pages



University Casebook Series


This casebook for law students explores the federal judicial system. The first part of the book explains judicial power and cases arising under the Constitution and law of the US. Subjects covered include diversity of citizenship, jurisdictional amount, supplemental jurisdiction, removal law, and venue. The text then goes into depth on conflicts between state and national judicial systems, the law applied in the federal courts, procedure in the district court, appellate jurisdiction and procedure, and original jurisdiction of the Supreme Court. The book contains tables of cases, statutes, and rules. This 14th edition reflects recent court decisions and contains a total of 143 principal cases. ([umlaut] Ringgold, Inc., Portland, OR)

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