Federal Courts Stories
Touching on history, economics, politics, and law, these stories steal behind the texts of the legal opinions into the larger-than-life personalities and struggles of their antagonists and protagonists. This title is an invaluable supplement to any More...
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Touching on history, economics, politics, and law, these stories steal behind the texts of the legal opinions into the larger-than-life personalities and struggles of their antagonists and protagonists. This title is an invaluable supplement to any federal courts casebook.
Judith Resnikis the Arthur Liman Professor of Law at Yale Law School. In light of her work on federalism, sovereigntism, adjudication, and feminism, in 2008, the Fellows of the American Bar Foundation named her the Outstanding Scholar of the Year.
|Introduction: The Idea of a Jurisprudence, a Course, and a Canon: Introducing Federal Courts Stories|
|The Courts, the Congress, and the Executive|
|The Story of Marbury V. Madison: Judicial Authority and Political Struggle|
|The Story of Ex parte McCardle: The Power of Congress to Limit the Supreme Court's Appellate Jurisdiction|
|The Story of Klein: The Scope of Congress's Authority to Shape the Jurisdiction of the Federal Courts|
|Federal and State Courts: Exclusivity, Concurrency, Reciprocity|
|The Story of Michigan V. Long: Supreme Court Review and the Workings of American Federalism|
|The Story of Tarble's Case: State Habeas and Federal Detention|
|Riding the Color Line: The Story of Railroad Commission of Texas V. Pullman Co|
|Courts, Liberty, and Habeas Corpus: Sequential Decisionmaking Reviewing State Court Convictions|
|The Story of Fay V. Noia: Another Case About Another Federalism|
|Challenging Executive Authority|
|"Not a Happy Precedent": The Story of Ex parte Quirin|
|The Story of Ex parte Young: Once Controversial, Now Canon|
|The Story of Bivens V. Six Unknown Named Agents of the Federal Bureau of Narcotics|
|The Story of Santa Clara Pueblo V. Martinez: Tribal Sovereignty, Sex Equality, and the Federal Courts|
|Sovereignties-Federal, State and Tribal: The Story of Seminole Tribe of Florida V. Florida|
|Federal Common Law, the Administrative State, and the International Community|
|The Story of Crowell: Grounding the Administrative State|
|The Story of Lincoln Mills: Jurisdiction and the Source of Law|
|The Story of Banco Nacional de Cuba V. Sabbatino: Federal Judicial Power in Foreign Relations Cases|
|Biographies of Contributors|