|Other titles||Federal practice.|
|Statement||prepared by Irwin Hall.|
|Contributions||United States. Supreme Court., United States. District Courts., United States. District Court (District of Columbia), United States. District Courts., United States. District Courts.|
|LC Classifications||KF8820.A313 M63 (Suppl.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||3 v. (loose-leaf)|
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