Matthew E. K. Hall
Matthew E. K. Hall
Professor of Political Science and Law, University of Notre Dame
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The Nature of Supreme Court Power
MEK Hall
Cambridge University Press, 2011
The Semiconstrained Court: Public Opinion, the Separation of Powers, and the US Supreme Court's Fear of Nonimplementation
MEK Hall
American Journal of Political Science, 2014
Randomness Reconsidered: Modeling Random Judicial Assignment in the U.S. Courts of Appeals
MEK Hall
Journal of Empirical Legal Studies 7 (3), 574-589, 2010
Judicial Majoritarianism
MEK Hall, JD Ura
The Journal of Politics 77 (3), 818-832, 2015
Estimating dynamic ideal points for state supreme courts
JH Windett, JJ Harden, MEK Hall
Political Analysis 23 (3), 461-469, 2015
The role of emotional language in briefs before the US Supreme Court
RC Black, MEK Hall, RJ Owens, EM Ringsmuth
Journal of Law and Courts 4 (2), 377-407, 2016
New data on state supreme court cases
MEK Hall, JH Windett
State Politics & Policy Quarterly 13 (4), 427-445, 2013
What Justices Want: Goals and Personality on the US Supreme Court
MEK Hall
Cambridge University Press, 2018
Rethinking regime politics
MEK Hall
Law & Social Inquiry 37 (4), 878-907, 2012
Experimental Justice: Random Judicial Assignment and the Partisan Process of Supreme Court Review
MEK Hall
American Politics Research 37 (2), 195-226, 2009
Megastudy identifying effective interventions to strengthen Americans’ democratic attitudes
JG Voelkel, M Stagnaro, J Chu, S Pink, J Mernyk, C Redekopp, I Ghezae, ...
OSF Preprints, 2023
The Oxford handbook of US judicial behavior
L Epstein, SA Lindquist
Oxford University Press, 2017
Discouraging dissent: The chief judge’s influence in state supreme courts
MEK Hall, JH Windett
American Politics Research 44 (4), 682-709, 2016
Keeping the Outliers in Line? Judicial Review of State Laws by the US Supreme Court
MEK Hall, RC Black
Social science quarterly 94 (2), 395-409, 2013
Bringing Down Brown: Super Precedents, Myths of Rediscovery, and the Retroactive Canonization of Brown v. Board of Education
MEK Hall
Journal of Law and Policy 18 (2), 3, 2010
Friends you can trust: a signaling theory of interest group litigation before the US Supreme Court
L Manzi, MEK Hall
Law & Society Review 51 (3), 704-734, 2017
Attributes beyond attitudes: Personality traits on the us supreme court
MEK Hall, GE Hollibaugh, JD Klingler, AJ Ramey
Journal of Law and Courts 9 (2), 345-369, 2021
When and why bias suppression is difficult to sustain: The asymmetric effect of intermittent accountability
BC Solomon, MEK Hall, CP Muir
Academy of Management Journal 65 (5), 1450-1476, 2022
Macro implementation: testing the causal paths from US macro policy to federal incarceration
MEK Hall
American Journal of Political Science 61 (2), 438-455, 2017
A Catastrophic Conundrum, But Not a Nuisance: Why the Judicial Branch is Ill-Suited to Set Emissions Restrictions on Domestic Energy Producers Through the Common Law Nuisance …
M Hall
Chap. L. Rev. 13, 265, 2009
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