Sessions Information

  • January 6, 2022
    3:10 pm - 4:25 pm
    Session Type: Section Programs
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    It is time, again, to turn our scholarly gazes toward the states. The federal courts, as always, get all of the attention. But as all of us know but often ignore—most litigation takes place outside of the federal system. This panel will discuss a new “turn toward the states” in scholarship and its relationship to current trends in the federal system. It will consider the role of multidistrict litigation in both state and federal courts, differences in docket composition between the two court systems, and the incorporation of the states in federal court classes.
Session Speakers
University of Georgia School of Law

Yale Law School

Columbia Law School

The George Washington University Law School

Stanford Law School

Session Fees
  • Federal Courts - Panel 1: $0.00