Item Details

Federal Jurisdiction

Erwin Chemerinsky
Format
Book
Published
Gaithersburg [Md.] : Aspen Law & Business, ©1999.
Edition
3rd ed
Language
English
ISBN
0735500371, 9780735500372
Contents
  • Introduction: Historical Background and Contemporary Themes
  • Article III of the Unites States Constitution
  • The Judiciary Act of 1789
  • Marbury v. Madison and the Meaning of Article III
  • The Structure and Authority of the Federal Courts: A History of Federal Jurisdiction Since the Judiciary Act of 1789
  • The Supreme Court of the United States
  • The United States Courts of Appeals
  • The United States District Courts
  • Specialized federal courts
  • The future structure of the federal courts
  • Separation of Powers and Federalism as Unifying Themes in the Law and Study of Federal Jurisdiction
  • Constitutional and Statutory Limits on Federal Court Jurisdiction
  • Justiciability: Constitutional and Prudential Limits on Federal Judicial Power
  • The Prohibition Against Advisory Opinions
  • Standing
  • Injury
  • Causation and redressability
  • The limitation on third-party standing
  • The prohibition against generalized grievances
  • The requirement that the plaintiff be within the zone of interests protected by the statute
  • Special standing problems: Organizations, legislators, and government entities
  • Ripeness
  • Criteria for determining ripeness: The hardship to denying review
  • Criteria for determining ripeness: The fitness of the issues and record for judicial review
  • Mootness
  • Description of the mootness doctrine
  • Exceptions to the mootness doctrine: Collateral consequences
  • Exceptions to the mootness doctrine: Wrongs capable of repetition yet evading review
  • Exceptions to the mootness doctrine: Voluntary cessation.
Description
xxiv, 1003 pages ; 26 cm
Notes
Includes index.
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