Weinberger v. Romero-Barcelo, 456 US 305 (1982) (Discretion) (Student Presentation)


On Mondays in my class, I am going to be asking various student “law firms” to make a brief presentation to the class about a specific case that we are studying. This first presentation on the famous United States Supreme Court case of Weinberger v. Romero – Barcelo illustrates one of the most basic themes that runs through equity. Courts use their sound discretion when it comes to all equitable remedies. That is, no party is ever entitled to an equitable remedy as a matter of right, but equity always is within the sound discretion of a court. The “law firm” did an outstanding job. I appreciate their work. I hope you enjoy their presentation.

Stephen Spitz

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One Response to “Weinberger v. Romero-Barcelo, 456 US 305 (1982) (Discretion) (Student Presentation)”

  1. Jspence Says:

    Good-concise-right to the point. THanks for sharing with everyone.

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