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Making Law in U. S. Courts of Appeals

Making Law in U. S. Courts of Appeals - 02 edition

Making Law in U. S. Courts of Appeals - 02 edition

ISBN13: 9780521891455

ISBN10: 0521891450

Making Law in U. S. Courts of Appeals by David E. Klein - ISBN 9780521891455
Cover type: Paperback
Edition: 02
Copyright: 2002
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
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Making Law in U. S. Courts of Appeals by David E. Klein - ISBN 9780521891455

ISBN13: 9780521891455

ISBN10: 0521891450

Cover type: Paperback
Edition: 02
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Summary

This book asks how federal court judges decide cases when faced with unsettled issues of law. Specifically, how much and why are their decisions influenced by higher court judges or other judges at the same level as themselves? To answer these questions, the author relies on statistical analyses of decisions and interviews with court of appeals judges. The key findings are that judges give serious attention to the work of colleagues of equal authority, but demonstrate substantial independence from the Supreme Court.

Table of Contents

Table of Contents

1. Lawmaking in a hierarchical judicial system

2. Theory and hypotheses

3. The cases

4. Influences on circuit judges' responses: case evidence

5. Influences on circuit judges' responses: interview evidence

6. Anticipating the Supreme Court

7. Implications and future directions.