Stephanopoulos Explains the Research that Convinced SCOTUS to take the Wisconsin Gerrymandering Case
In June, the Supreme Court agreed to hear its first partisan gerrymandering case in more than a decade.
While plenty of sociological research has suggested that our muted, passive interactions with most strangers in restrooms are governed by strict yet unspoken behavior codes, Mary Anne Case, a profe...
New York Times Cites Research by Chilton and Rozema on How Law Clerks Influence Supreme Court Justices
The question of whether law clerks influence the judges they serve is a subject of longstanding debate, but it is no secret that law clerks routinely draft judicial opinions. A new study to be published in The Journal of Law, Economics & Organization found that law clerks do indeed play a role in judicial decision-making.
The Law School Advantage
Thomas J. Miles, Dean and Clifton R. Musser Professor of Law