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Administrative Law
  • Author:
    Martin H Redish
  • ISBN:
    0314711465
  • ISBN13:
    978-0314711465
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    West Pub. Co (1983)
  • Pages:
    878 pages
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    Administrative Law
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The Supreme Court has continued to refine or alter doctrines of federal jurisdiction, including doctrines regarding state sovereign immunity, habeas corpus, federal question jurisdiction, supplemental jurisdiction, and others.

The Supreme Court has continued to refine or alter doctrines of federal jurisdiction, including doctrines regarding state sovereign immunity, habeas corpus, federal question jurisdiction, supplemental jurisdiction, and others. v. Allapattah Services, Inc. on supplemental jurisdiction, and Marshall v. Marshall on the probate exception to federal jurisdiction.

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