Hart and Wechsler's the Federal Courts and the Federal System
Foundation Press, 1996 - Courts - 1733 pages
For over four decades, The Federal Courts & the Federal System has been the classic casebook in the field of federal jurisdiction. The Fourth Edition seeks to: * Preserve the historical depth & breadth of inquiry, as well as the level of sophistication, which marked earlier editions * Be both an effective teaching tool for an important & difficult subject & a reference tool & source of ideas contributing to the growth of the law * Participate in debates within the field & link them to important general currents in legal scholarship.
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