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The Oxford handbook of U.S. judicial behavior, edited by Lee Epstein and Stefanie A. Lindquist

Label
The Oxford handbook of U.S. judicial behavior
Title
The Oxford handbook of U.S. judicial behavior
Statement of responsibility
edited by Lee Epstein and Stefanie A. Lindquist
Title variation
U.S. judicial behavior
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
The chapters in this handbook reflect on aspects of judicial decision-making in U.S. courts, with a focus on the factors and institutional dynamics that shape the choices judges make. The authors have provided chapters that describe existing research on multiple aspects of the decision-making process and environment, including chapters on judicial appointments and elections, court personnel (law clerks), trial and appellate processes, precedent and case selection, lawyers, litigants and interest groups, intergovernmental dynamics and the separation of powers, judicial attitudes and background characteristics, public opinion, and judicial impact and the implementation of court decrees
Member of
Dewey number
347.73
Index
index present
Intended audience
Specialized
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
  • 1958-
  • 1963-
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Epstein, Lee
  • Lindquist, Stefanie A.
Series statement
  • The Oxford handbooks of American politics
  • Oxford handbooks online
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Courts
  • Judges
Target audience
specialized
Label
The Oxford handbook of U.S. judicial behavior, edited by Lee Epstein and Stefanie A. Lindquist
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Law Clerks
  • Artemus Ward
  • Opinion Writing
  • Pamela C. Corley
  • Courtroom Proceedings in U.S. Federal Courts
  • Timothy R. Johnson
  • Vertical Stare Decisis
  • Thomas G. Hansford
  • Courts and Executives
  • Jeffrey L. Yates, Scott Boddery
  • Federal Judicial Tenure
  • Ideology and Partisanship
  • Jeffrey A. Segal
  • Judges and Their Audiences
  • Lawrence Baum
  • Interest Groups and the Judiciary
  • Paul M. Collins Jr.
  • The Economic Analysis of Judicial Behavior
  • Lee Epstein, Jack Knight
  • Judicial Review
  • Tom Clark
  • Albert Yoon
  • Appointing Federal Judges
  • Nancy Scherer
  • The Relationship between Courts and Legislatures
  • Thomas M. Keck
  • Covering the Courts
  • Rorie Solberg
  • The Supreme Court and Public Opinion
  • Joseph Daniel Ura, Alison Higgins Merrill
  • The Role of Personal Attributes and Social Backgrounds on Judging
  • Tracey E. George, Taylor Grace Weaver
  • Gatekeeping and Filtering in Trial Courts
  • Judicial Impact
  • Matthew E.K. Hall
  • Cognition in the Courts: Analyzing the Use of Experiments to Study Legal Decision-Making
  • Eileen Braman
  • New Measurement Technologies: A Review and Application to Nuremberg and Justice Jackson
  • Daniel E. Ho, Michael Morse
  • The Strategic Analysis of Judicial Behavior and the Separation of Powers
  • Chad L. Westerland
  • Law in Judicial Decision Making
  • David Klein
  • Christina L. Boyd
  • The Use of Observational Data to Study Law and the Judiciary
  • Sara C. Benesh
  • Judicial Elections: Judges and Their zNew-Styley Constituencies
  • James L. Gibson, Michael J. Nelson
  • Appointing Supreme Court Justices
  • Christine L. Nemacheck
  • Access to Intermediate Appellate Courts
  • Donald R. Songer, Susan B. Haire
  • Agenda-Setting on the United States Supreme Court
  • Ryan J. Owens, James Sieja
Control code
EDZ0001703133
Extent
1 online resource
Form of item
online
Isbn
9780191750823
Isbn Type
(ebook)
Specific material designation
remote
Label
The Oxford handbook of U.S. judicial behavior, edited by Lee Epstein and Stefanie A. Lindquist
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Law Clerks
  • Artemus Ward
  • Opinion Writing
  • Pamela C. Corley
  • Courtroom Proceedings in U.S. Federal Courts
  • Timothy R. Johnson
  • Vertical Stare Decisis
  • Thomas G. Hansford
  • Courts and Executives
  • Jeffrey L. Yates, Scott Boddery
  • Federal Judicial Tenure
  • Ideology and Partisanship
  • Jeffrey A. Segal
  • Judges and Their Audiences
  • Lawrence Baum
  • Interest Groups and the Judiciary
  • Paul M. Collins Jr.
  • The Economic Analysis of Judicial Behavior
  • Lee Epstein, Jack Knight
  • Judicial Review
  • Tom Clark
  • Albert Yoon
  • Appointing Federal Judges
  • Nancy Scherer
  • The Relationship between Courts and Legislatures
  • Thomas M. Keck
  • Covering the Courts
  • Rorie Solberg
  • The Supreme Court and Public Opinion
  • Joseph Daniel Ura, Alison Higgins Merrill
  • The Role of Personal Attributes and Social Backgrounds on Judging
  • Tracey E. George, Taylor Grace Weaver
  • Gatekeeping and Filtering in Trial Courts
  • Judicial Impact
  • Matthew E.K. Hall
  • Cognition in the Courts: Analyzing the Use of Experiments to Study Legal Decision-Making
  • Eileen Braman
  • New Measurement Technologies: A Review and Application to Nuremberg and Justice Jackson
  • Daniel E. Ho, Michael Morse
  • The Strategic Analysis of Judicial Behavior and the Separation of Powers
  • Chad L. Westerland
  • Law in Judicial Decision Making
  • David Klein
  • Christina L. Boyd
  • The Use of Observational Data to Study Law and the Judiciary
  • Sara C. Benesh
  • Judicial Elections: Judges and Their zNew-Styley Constituencies
  • James L. Gibson, Michael J. Nelson
  • Appointing Supreme Court Justices
  • Christine L. Nemacheck
  • Access to Intermediate Appellate Courts
  • Donald R. Songer, Susan B. Haire
  • Agenda-Setting on the United States Supreme Court
  • Ryan J. Owens, James Sieja
Control code
EDZ0001703133
Extent
1 online resource
Form of item
online
Isbn
9780191750823
Isbn Type
(ebook)
Specific material designation
remote

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