"In this, the Eleventh Edition of Supreme Court Practice, we continue to follow our original purpose, stated by Messrs. Stern and Gressman in the First Edition in 1950: 'to set forth in a single volume . . . as close as possible to everything, outside of the field of substantive law, that a lawyer would want to know in handling a case in the Supreme Court.'" --ECIP Preface.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Formatted Contents Note
Checklists for processing cases through the Court including document length limits and cover colors Introduction to the Supreme Court Jurisdiction to review decisions of federal courts Jurisdiction to review decisions of state courts Factors motivating the exercise of the Court's certiorari and appellate jurisdiction The manner in which the Court determines to take jurisdiction Procedure in connection with petitions for certiorari Procedure on appeals In forma pauperis proceedings Certified questions Original cases Extraordinary writs Preparing and printing the joint appendix The briefs on the merits Oral argument Petitions for rehearing and final disposition of cases Motions and applications Stays, injunctions, and bail Capital cases Justiciability : standing, mootness, and abatement Admissions to the bar and disbarment Appendix I. Rules of the Supreme Court of the United States Appendix II. Clerk's guidelines regarding filing cases Appendix III. Clerk's guidelines regarding cases selected for review Appendix IV. Forms Appendix V. Statutes and regulations Appendix VI. Admission to the bar.
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