Federal courts and the law of federal-state relations
This law school casebook provides detailed information on federal courts and the law of federal-state relations. The first part of the book explores the intersection of federalism and separation of powers that provide the constitutional foundations of a modern Federal Courts course. Part II covers jurisdiction, and Part III deals with Federal Court enforcement of Federal rights. The final chapter is devoted to certain technically complex questions of remedial interaction, notably the relation of federal habeas corpus to ž 1983.
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