Washington University Journal of Law & Policy
Part I of this Essay focuses on what Justices and scholars have written and said about oral arguments generally and the role these proceedings play in the Court’s decision-making process. Part II examines the few existing studies that address the question posed here. Part III lays out the data used to test this hypothesis; Part IV presents the methodology; and Part V discusses the results.
Timothy R. Johnson, Ryan C. Black, Jerry Goldman, and Sarah A. Treul,
Inquiring Minds Want to Know: Do Justices Tip Their Hands with Questions at Oral Argument in the U.S. Supreme Court?,
Wash. U. J. L. & Pol’y