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Articles from Duke Law Journal (April 1, 2009)

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Title Author Type Words
"Only connect": toward a unified measurement project. Levi, David F.; Gulati, Mitu 3983
A conversation with Judge Richard A. Posner. Interview 6648
A picture imperfect: the rights of art consignor-collectors when their art dealer files for bankruptcy. Jay, Hilary 15261
A response to Professor Knight, are empiricists asking the right questions about judicial decisionmaking? Powell, H. Jefferson 1700
A response to Professor Ramseyer, predicting court outcomes through political preferences. Boudin, Michael 1015
A response to Professors George and Guthrie, remaking the United States Supreme Court in the Courts' of Appeals image. Boudin, Michael 680
Applying Lawrence: teenagers and the crime against nature. Allender, Daniel 14137
Are appointed judges strategic too? Shepherd, Joanna M. 14131
Are empiricists asking the right questions about judicial decisionmaking? Knight, Jack 10335
Autocrat of the armchair. Levi, David F. 7170
Do judges think? Comments on several papers presented at the Duke Law Journal's conference on measuring judges and justice. Henry, Robert 8722
Does the Supreme Court follow the economic returns? A response to a macrotheory of the court. Young, Ernest A.; Blondel, Erin C. 10048
Economic trends and judicial outcomes: a macrotheory of the court. Brennan, Thomas; Epstein, Lee; Staudt, Nancy 15408
Judging the judges. Cross, Frank B.; Lindquist, Stefanie 21038
Judicial evaluations and information forcing: ranking state high courts and their judges. Choi, Stephen J.; Gulati, Mitu; Posner, Eric A. 22597
Just because you can measure something, does it really count? Stith, Laura Denvir 7010
Justices as economic fixers: a response to a macrotheory of the court. Baker, Scott; Feibelman, Adam; Marshall, William P. 7231
Measuring judges and justice. Chemerinsky, Jeffrey M.; Williams, Jonathan L. 2951
No warrant for radical change: a response to Professors George and Guthrie. Chemerinsky, Erwin 4202
On doctors and judges. Richman, Barak 4210
Predicting court outcomes through political preferences: the Japanese Supreme Court and the chaos of 1993. Ramseyer, J. Mark 12142
Probing the effects of judicial specialization. Baum, Lawrence 7579
Remaking the United States Supreme Court in the Courts' of Appeals image. George, Tracey E.; Guthrie, Chris 16887
The "hidden judiciary": an empirical examination of executive branch justice. Guthrie, Chris; Rachlinski, Jeffrey J.; Wistrich, Andrew J. 22376
The continuing search for a meaningful model of judicial rankings and why it (unfortunately) matters. Baker, Scott; Feibelman, Adam; Marshall, William P. 9077
The court and the code: a response to the warp and woof of statutory interpretation. Zelenak, Lawrence 2946
The warp and woof of statutory interpretation: comparing Supreme Court approaches in tax law and workplace law. Brudney, James J.; Ditslear, Corey 36754

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