After first examining the structure and power of the federal court system, Senior United States District Judge Edward Dumbauld reviews the role of the federal judiciary in society. The writer advocates that courts should not be expected to solve all problems and abolish all evils which exist in society and proposes the narrowing of subject matter jurisdiction and the abolition of diversity jurisdiction to enable the federal courts to concentrate on matters of genuine national concern.
The Task of the Federal Judiciary [Essay],
Duq. L. Rev.
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