Key Features of the Siegel Casebook

  • A fresh, clean treatment of Federal Courts.
  • The casebook is rich and sophisticated, but uncluttered. The cases are thoughtfully selected, and the notes enhance understanding without bogging things down.
  • The casebook features excellent case editing. The editing compresses the cases to readable length, but preserves the essential facts, arguments, and holdings of each case.
  • The casebook comes with an exceptionally comprehensive Teacher’s Manual, which is brimming with suggestions for teaching the materials.
  • Problems are provided throughout the book and can serve as a basis for classroom discussion.
  • The casebook focuses on canonical cases. Most of the cases will be familiar to those who teach Federal Courts, so it should be easy for professors to adopt the book.