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Federal Courts: Cases and Materials, Third Edition

  • Jonathan R. Siegel
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Federal Courts: Cases and Materials, Third Edition by Jonathan R. Siegel delivers rich, sophisticated coverage of the Federal Courts class with a clean, uncluttered presentation.

Students learn from thoughtfully selected cases, carefully curated notes, and engaging discussion problems. Excellent case editing reduces cases to readable length while preserving their essential facts and arguments.

New to the Third Edition:

  • TransUnion LLC v. Ramirez (2021) (limiting Congress’s power to confer standing to seek statutory damages)
  • Whole Woman’s Health v. Jackson (2021) (allowing state laws to evade pre-enforcement challenge)
  • Rucho v. Common Cause (2019) (holding that gerrymandering presents a nonjusticiable political question)
  • Egbert v. Boule (2022) (limiting the availability of Bivens actions)

Professors and students will benefit from:

  • Thoughtfully selected cases
  • Notes that enhance understanding without being too dense
  • Excellent case editing
  • Engaging Discussion Problems, which help students determine whether they understand the rules and concepts presented
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