Federal Question Jurisdiction and the Federal Arbitration Act

Anyone who reads this blog regularly knows I am a jurisdiction geek, so a post about Federal Question Jurisdiction and the Federal Arbitration Act at Civil Procedure Prof Blog caught my eye. The post links to an article on the topic at Social Science Research Network (SSRN).

UPDATE (3/26/08):  Texas Appellate Law Blog has an interesting post up on the related issue of whether parties can contract for judicial review of arbitration decisions under the FAA.

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