Federal Courts: Context, Cases, And Problems
Federal Courts: Context, Cases, And Problems
Aspen Publishers

Federal Courts: Context, Cases, And Problems

  • Publish Date: 2009-05-06
  • Binding: Hardcover
  • Author: Mr. Michael P. Allen;Michael Finch;Caprice Roberts

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<p> <b>Federal Courts: Context, Cases, and Problems</b> features rich pedagogy and well-crafted problem exercises that support a variety of learning styles and teaching approaches. This casebook breaks down and thoughtfully explores the complexities of Federal Courts’ doctrine, while offering clear and comprehensive coverage in a manageable length and student-friendly format. </p> <p> <b>With an innovative take on the problem method, Federal Courts: Context, Cases, and Problems includes:</b> </p> <ul> <li> <b>a problem-based approach accessible to students</b> in a frequently challenging subject </li> <li> <b>comprehensive coverage of major federal courts topics </b>that includes all of the relevant statutes, rules, and constitutional provisions </li> <li> <b>advanced treatment of topics covered in other courses</b> (for example, subject matter jurisdiction and the Erie doctrine) </li> <li> <b>a hypothetical problem at the front of each chapter</b> that illustrates many of the important issues addressed in the chapter </li> <li> <b>principal cases</b> that tie into the exposition and illuminate doctrine </li> <li> <b>clear and concise writing</b> that puts doctrinal concepts within students’ reach without oversimplifying or ignoring the richness and complexity of the Federal Courts’ doctrine </li> <li> <b>problems integrated throughout each chapter</b> that reinforce and deepen students’ understanding of doctrine </li> <li> <b>generous use of charts and diagrams</b> to facilitate and support different approaches to learning and teaching </li> <li> <b>a detailed Teacher’s Manual</b> that includes suggestions for presenting each chapter, insights regarding the hypothetical problems, plus additional supporting materials and reference sources </li> </ul> <p> Authors <b>Allen, Finch, and Roberts</b> explore and reveal the intellectual truths and startling complexities of their subject. You may never go back to teaching Federal Courts the old way again. </p> <p> </p> <p> </p> <p> </p>

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