Justices

Justices Roberts and Alito: The Confirmation Process

Justices Roberts and Alito: The Confirmation Process . A Senior Honors Thesis . Presented in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for graduation

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Supreme Court Constitution, Article 7 § 1

as chief justice, Hargrave was elected by the National Conference of Chief Justices to serve as the organization’s vice-president. He is the only Oklahoma Supreme Court justice to

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Lawyers, Justices, and Issue Salience: When and How ...

Lawyers, Justices, and Issue Salience: When and How DoLegalArguments Affect the U.S. Supreme Court? Andrea McAtee KevinT. McGuire A good deal of scholarly evidence suggests that the decisionmaking of the U.S. Supreme Court is affected by legal argument.

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Research Note Majority Opinion Assignment in Salient Cases on ...

The Justice System Journal, Volume 22, Number 2 (2001) Research Note Majority Opinion Assignment in Salient Cases on the U.S. Supreme Court: Are New Associate Justices Assigned Fewer Opinions?

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Assessing Preference Change on the US Supreme Court

Assessing Preference Change on the US Supreme Court AndrewD. Martin * Washington University School of Law KevinM. Quinn ** Harvard University The foundation upon which accounts of policy-motivated behavior of Supreme Court justices are built consists of assumptions about the policy preferences ...

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How do Supreme Court Justices come to the decisions that they do

How do Supreme Court Justices come to the decisions that they do? Although a number of different models of judicial decision making have been put forth, after analyzing the factors each presents, four general categories of influence over Justices' decision making can be determined.

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Rating the Justices: Lessons from Another Court

Rating the Justices: Lessons from Another Court Lee Epstein Washington University Tracey George Stanford University Micheal W. Giles Emory University Thomas G. Walker Emory University Presented at the annual meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association, Chicago, Illinois, April 1992

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The Justices

on the cover (seated - left to right) paul e. pfeifer maureen o'connor (chief justice) evelyn lundberg stratton (standing - left to right) robert r. cupp terrence o'donnell judith ann lanzinger yvette mcgee brown S ince the establishment of the judicial branch of Ohio government with the ...

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How to Select a Justice for the U.S. Supreme Court

www.rbs0.com/sctjustices.pdf 8 Jun 2009 Page 2 of 14 This essay considers three things: 1. examines the history of the U.S. Supreme Court during 1900-1940 and concludes that most of the Justices were mediocre, who wrote few opinions that continue to be cited.

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DOES PUBLIC OPINION INFLUENCE THE SUPREME COURT? POSSIBLY YES ...

Summary of Notable Multivariate Studies on the Effect of Public Opinion on the Decisions of the Supreme Court or Individual Justices Author (Year) Description of Methods and Key Findings Clark (2009) 7 Examines the number of federal laws struck down by the Court each term; finds that as public support for ...

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