Volume 29 (2009) Empirical Research on Decision-Making in the Federal Courts
A New Look at Judicial Impact: Attorneys' Fees in Securities Class Actions After Goldberger v. Integrated Resources, Inc.
Theodore Eisenberg, Geoffrey P. Miller, and Michael A. Perino
An Examination of Strategic Anticipation of Appellate Court Preferences by Federal District Court Judges
Christina L. Boyd and James F. Spriggs II
How Should We Study District Judge Decision-Making?
Pauline T. Kim, Margo Schlanger, Christina L. Boyd, and Andrew D. Martin
The Ideology of Legal Interpretation
Sara C. Benesh and Jason J. Czarnezki
What Is Judicial Ideology, and How Should We Measure It?
Joshua B. Fischman and David S. Law
Judicial Agenda Setting Through Signaling and Strategic Litigant Responses
Vanessa Baird and Tonja Jacobi
Inquiring Minds Want to Know: Do Justices Tip Their Hands with Questions at Oral Argument in the U.S. Supreme Court?
Timothy R. Johnson, Ryan C. Black, Jerry Goldman, and Sarah A. Treul
The Intersection of Judicial Attitudes and Litigant Selection Theories: Explaining U.S. Supreme Court Decision-Making
Jeff Yates and Elizabeth Coggins
Home Alone: Is This the Best We Can Do? A Proposal to Amend Pending Parental Leave Legislation
Caldwell G. Collins
Giving Deference to Inaction: How Geddes v. United Staffing Alliance Employee Medical Plan Compromised an Employee's Right to Meaningful Review Under ERISA
Avoiding the Problem of the Commons in a Communist Society: The Role of Water Rights in the Enforcement of Environmental Law in China
The Fair Housing Act, the Communications Decency Act, and the Right of Roommate Seekers to Discriminate Online
Kevin M. Wilemon