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A student treatise, by one of the nation's leading authorities in Federal Jurisdiction, intended for use alongside any federal jurisdiction casebook. Features: Comprehensive coverage, with clear descriptions and analyses of the doctrines and policies that determine the jurisdiction of the federal courts Chemerinsky's straightforward approach, in which...
A student treatise, by one of the nation's leading authorities in Federal Jurisdiction, intended for use alongside any federal jurisdiction casebook. Features: Comprehensive coverage, with clear descriptions and analyses of the doctrines and policies that determine the jurisdiction of the federal courts Chemerinsky's straightforward approach, in which he clearly states the current law; identifies unresolved issues; and examines underlying, competing policy considerations An even-handed treatment of the material, with multiple viewpoints presented Has been used as the required text in lieu of a traditional casebook, with professors bringing in their own cases New to the Sixth Edition: Updates to include discussions of important developments that occurred after the current edition was published in 2007, among them: Military Commissions Act and Boumediene v. Bush Medellin v. Texas Massachusetts v. EPA, Hein v. Freedom from Religion Foundation, Sprint Communications v. APPC Services, and DaimlerChrysler v. Cuno MedImmune v. Genentech Habeas corpus developments Ashcroft v. Iqbal Stoneridge Investment Partner v. Scientific-Atlanta (implied rights of action)
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