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Are there any that are particularly helpful? Thanks in advance!
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Very interested in this as well.
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Fed Jurisdiction and the E and E are good. Use them together because each book has certain sections that are inadequate, but better in the other book. Ex: Fed Jurisdictions federal common law section is good, but the E and E's section on the same subject sucks. The E and E's section on abstention is really good while Fed Jurisdictions section kinda sucks.
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Fed jurisdiction will be very helpful.
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+1 for the Chemerinsky treatise. This is probably not what you're looking for, but I found the notes/squibs in Hart & Wechsler to be really helpful as well.
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