Hart and Wechsler's The federal courts and the federal system
Foundation Press, Jan 1, 2003 - Law - 1638 pages
Enhanced substantively and organizationally, The Federal Courts and the Federal System serves as an effective teaching tool and a resource for both scholars and practitioners by providing detailed information on federal courts. This edition includes new material on states? sovereign immunity, the Eleventh Amendment, habeas corpus, and international law. The book also provides revised cases and more introductory notes, including notes on constitutional avoidance, military tribunals of commissions, and the suspension clause.
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