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Peer Effects on the United States Supreme Court by Richard Holden, Michael Keane, Matthew Lilley :: SSRN

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Using data on essentially every US Supreme Court decision since 1946, we estimate a model of peer effects on the Court. We consider both the impact of justice i
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What Matters: Agreement between U.S. Courts of Appeals Judges by Daniel L. Chen, Xing Cui, Lanyu Shang, Junchao Zheng :: SSRN

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Federal courts are a mainstay of the justice system in the United States. In this study, we analyze 387,898 cases from U.S. Courts of Appeals, where judges are
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Empirical Analyses of Judicial Opinions: Methodology, Metrics and the Federal Circuit by Jason Rantanen :: SSRN

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Despite the popularity of empirical studies of the Federal Circuit’s patent law decisions, a comprehensive picture of those decisions has only recently begun to
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