Federal Courts and Civil Rights: Juidice v. Vail
Federal Courts and Civil Rights: Juidice v. Vail is a Deep Dive into the story of Juidice v. Vail, the Supreme Court case that challenged the constitutionality of the New York civil contempt statutes. Introduces readers to the life cycle of the case from its inception to its resolution. Explains how civil procedure is the toolkit that determines every move in a case and how federal jurisdiction may impact the success or failure of a case by controlling access to the legal system.
Twelve Tables Press
Federal Court, Civil Rights, Juidice, Vail
Civil Procedure | Civil Rights and Discrimination | Law
Grisé, Jane Bloom and Grisé, Michelle C., "Federal Courts and Civil Rights: Juidice v. Vail" (2020). Law Faculty Books and Chapters. 31.