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POLS 435 Judicial Process and Behavior (Spring 2016)   Tags: judicial behavior, judicial process, political science  

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The Judge: Motivations, Careers, & Performance

Judicial Independence and Dependence

Opinions and Precedent

  • Michael Abramowicz and Emerson H. Tiller, Citation to Legislative History: Empirical Evidence on Positive Political and Contextual Theories of Judicial Decision Making, 38 Journal of Legal Studies 419 (2009)

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