Foreign Relations and Federal Questions: Resolving the Judicial Split on Federal Court Jurisdiction
The federal circuit courts have disagreed concerning a fundamental issue of federal court jurisdiction: whether cases that may implicate or involve the "foreign relations" of the United States, but do not otherwise raise a more traditional "federal question" under federal law, may be removed from state courts to federal courts. This Note examines the cases that have created the split, and proposes two potential resolutions to it, one judicial and the other legislative.
Erin E. Terrell,
Foreign Relations and Federal Questions: Resolving the Judicial Split on Federal Court Jurisdiction,
35 Vanderbilt Law Review
Available at: https://scholarship.law.vanderbilt.edu/vjtl/vol35/iss5/5
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