Law 696: Federal Jurisdiction
Emphasis on litigation against the state and federal government.
Includes general grants of jurisdiction and current utilization in
damage suits against the state or federal treasury, provisions of the
United States Code that waive sovereign immunity for specific types of
litigation, code provisions that authorize discrete causes of action and
make provisions for attorneys fees, and development of litigation that
generates maximum economic impact.
2 - 3 Credits
- Lecture: Lecture for Law 696
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