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25 May 2010, 2:00 pm by Steve Vladeck
In addition to me, the Subcommittee will also hear from Nate Persily from Columbia Law, and J. [read post]
13 Feb 2010, 5:25 am by Darren Rosenblum (h/t Joe.My.God) I have always been skeptical of the need to frame questions of fundamental rights through a marketing lens, and even of the significance of polling data in deciding such rights (in contrast to Nate Persily).  [read post]
30 Oct 2017, 6:28 pm by Rick Hasen
….because, among other things, he attended a conference in 2006 and “Anita Earls, the plaintiffs’ lawyer, worked for the center [hosting the conference] at the time. [read post]
17 Oct 2016, 3:03 pm by Sandy Levinson
  Indeed, I confess that I have extremely mixed feelings about a Washington Post column by my friend Nate Persily and his associate Jon Cohen that emphasized that Americans are losing their faith in democracy and, importantly, "in each other. [read post]
15 Jun 2019, 6:01 am by Vishnu Kannan
On Tuesday, Jen Patja Howel shared an episode of the Lawfare Podcast, a conversation with Nate Persily and Alex Stamos about their new report on election security: Bobby Chesney summarized Congress's latest attempt to legislate cyber self-defense. [read post]
31 May 2008, 8:26 am
That claim, too, is unsupported by empirical evidence (and may actually be misplaced, according to a recent study by Nate Persily and Steve Ansolabehere in the Harvard Law Review).Of all the bits of "data" that could be offered in favor of an i.d. requirement, voter perception is the one that least stands on its own -- except, that is, where it is needed to fill in large gaps that should have been filled with hard data regarding the prevalence of fraud or the effect of… [read post]
13 Dec 2010, 7:00 am by James Bickford
At Balkinization, Nate Persily concludes – based on the results of a survey he conducted – that although “we are still divided as a country when it comes to perceived fairness of the Court’s decision in Bush v. [read post]
30 May 2017, 3:35 am by Edith Roberts
” Stanford Law School’s Legal Aggregate blog features a Q and A with “voting rights and redistricting expert Professor Nate Persily” on last week’s decision in Cooper v. [read post]
20 Nov 2019, 6:57 am by Rick Hasen
The issue is teed up for the court: Dueling motions in 3-judge state court Harper v Lewis #ncpol US House redistricting case: defendants ask summary judgement, and for case be dismissed as moot after new plan enacted: / plaintiffs … Continue reading → [read post]
11 Jun 2014, 4:00 am
In the leading study on the impact of Supreme Court decisions on public opinion, Nate Persily, Jack Citrin, and Patrick Egan find that most often such decisions have no real impact on long-term public opinion, but that sometimes court opinions inspire backlash, while other times they have a catalytic effect. [read post]
10 Nov 2015, 3:01 am by Amy Howe
” Briefly: The Election Law Blog hosts a podcast with Nate Persily on the Court and social science evidence in election law cases at the Court. [read post]
24 Feb 2016, 9:13 am by Eugene Volokh
Thanks again to the amici, Floyd Abrams, Michael Barone, Ashutosh Bhagwat, Jeff Blackburn, Paul Coggins, Alan Dershowitz, Raul Gonzalez, Stephen Griffin, Dan Lowenstein, Michael McConnell, John Montford, Michael Mukasey, Ted Olson, Harriet O’Neill, Nate Persily, Ken Starr and Johnny Sutton for signing on to the brief (together with Jim Ho and me, who were signatories as well as co-counsel). [read post]
25 Aug 2017, 10:36 am
As the research of Jamal Greene, Nate Persily, and Stephen Ansolabehere shows, public attitudes towards originalism are strongly linked to identifiably politically conservative viewpoints. [read post]
30 Mar 2018, 5:00 am
In their 2008 book, Nate Persily, Jack Citrin, and Patrick Egan identify the following possible impacts: SCOTUS decisions may leave public opinion largely unmoved, may legitimate particular viewpoints, may provoke backlash, and may lead to polarization. [read post]