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List of United States courts of appeals cases

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List of United States courts of appeals cases

Every year, each of the eleven United States courts of appeals decides hundreds of cases. Of those, a few are so important that they later become models for decisions of other circuits, and of the United States Supreme Court, while others are noted for being dramatically rejected by the Supreme Court on appeal. Still others are notable for being written with such a clear and concise explanation of the states of the law that they are used by multiple law school casebooks to teach the area of law addressed. The notable decisions of these courts are listed in chronological order by circuit.

Contents

  • First Circuit 1
  • Second Circuit 2
  • Third Circuit 3
  • Fourth Circuit 4
  • Fifth Circuit 5
  • Sixth Circuit 6
  • Seventh Circuit 7
  • Eighth Circuit 8
  • Ninth Circuit 9
  • Tenth Circuit 10
  • Eleventh Circuit 11
  • D.C. Circuit 12
  • Federal Circuit (and its predecessor courts) 13
    • Court of Claims 13.1
  • See also 14

First Circuit

Second Circuit

Third Circuit

Fourth Circuit

Fifth Circuit

Sixth Circuit

Seventh Circuit

Eighth Circuit

Ninth Circuit

Tenth Circuit

Thompson v. Johnson County Community College

Eleventh Circuit

D.C. Circuit

Federal Circuit (and its predecessor courts)

Court of Claims

See also

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