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Thinking About Federal Jurisdiction — Of Serpents and Swallows
St. Mary's L.J.
  • Thomas E. Baker, Florida International University College of Law
Document Type
Article
Publication Date
1-1-1986
Disciplines
Abstract
In this essay, Professor Baker assumes that the decision to get into or stay in federal court has been made, for whatever reason. His concentration is focused on providing a checklist of some of the typical challenges to jurisdiction and to highlight some uncommon responses. Organizationally, he first considers general issues which apply to all cases, and then considers separately some issues in diversity cases and in federal question cases.
Citation Information
Thomas E. Baker. "Thinking About Federal Jurisdiction — Of Serpents and Swallows" St. Mary's L.J. Vol. 17 (1986) p. 239
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/thomas-baker/50/