A selection of law and politics research from our affiliated faculty:
Oral Arguments and Decision Making on the United States Supreme Court, SUNY Press (2004).
The Influence of Oral Argumentation before the U.S. Supreme Court, (with Paul Wahlbeck and James Spriggs) American Political Science Review, Vol. 100, (February 2006)(pdf).
Delaying Justice: The Supreme Court's Decision to Hear Rearguments, (with Valerie Hoekstra) Political Research Quarterly, Vol. 56, (September 2003)(pdf).
The Supreme Court, the Solicitor General, and the Separation of Powers, American Politics Research, Vol. 31, (July 2003)(pdf).
The American Congress, (with Steven Smith and Ryan Vander Wielen) Cambridge University Press (2005) .
Redistricting, Candidate Entry, and the Politics of Nineteenth Century U.S. House Elections, (with Jamie L. Carson and Erik J. Engstrom) Midwest Political Science Association (2006)(pdf).
Tim Johnson and Jason Roberts
Pivotal Politics, Presidential Capital, and Supreme Court Nominations, Congress and the Presidency, Vol. 32 (Spring 2005)(pdf).
American Bar Association Dialogue: Selecting Supreme Court Justices, Focus on Law Studies, Vol. 20 (Spring 2005)(pdf).
Presidential Capital and the Supreme Court Confirmation Process, Journal of Politics, Vol. 66 (August 2004)(pdf).
The New Politics of Judicial Appointments, Texas Law Review, Vol. 86 (2007).
The Supreme Court's Gatekeepers: The Role of Law Clerks in the Certiorari Process, Texas Law Review, Vol. 85 (2007).
Secrecy and Separated Powers: Executive Privilege Revisited, Iowa Law Review, Vol. 92 (2007).
'Macro-Transparency' as Structural Directive: A Look at the NSA Surveillance Controversy, Minnesota Law Review, Vol. 91 (2006).
Less than Fundamental: The Myth of Voter Fraud and the Coming of the Second Great Disenfranchisement, William Mitchell Law Review (2007).