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11 Jul 2018, 8:43 am by Amanda Frost
On the eve of another Supreme Court confirmation hearing, Professors Paul Collins and Lori Ringhand have published an interesting study comparing nominees’ responsiveness to questions by the Senate Judiciary Committee. [read post]
28 Jun 2010, 6:01 am by Thomas Baker
Ringhand, Lori A. and Collins, Paul M., May it Please the Senate: An Empirical Analysis of the Senate Judiciary Committee Hearings of Supreme Court Nominees, 1939-2009 (June 25, 2010). [read post]
28 Jun 2010, 6:27 am by Jonathan H. Adler
Ringhand and Collins, on the other hand, view the Bork hearing as less than an outlier, at least based upon the questioning he received. [read post]
28 Jun 2010, 5:41 am by Bridget Crawford
Today's New York Times has a long article (here) discussing the empirical work of Feminist Law Professor Lori Ringhand (University of Georgia) and her co-author Paul M. [read post]
29 Jun 2010, 6:49 am by Howard Wasserman
With the meat of the Kagan hearings getting underway this morning, I read the fine new study by Lori Ringhand (UGA Law) and Paul Collins (North Texas Political Science). [read post]
23 Mar 2017, 3:01 pm by Edith Roberts
Coverage of the hearing comes from Matt Flegenheimer and others in The New York Times, Seung Min Kim and Josh Gerstein at Politico, Rebecca Wilhelm at Bloomberg BNA, who focuses on Gorsuch’s views on Chevron deference, Benjamin Wermund at Politico, and Lisa Soronen at the National Conference of State Legislatures blog, who writes about what Gorsuch had to say about issues affecting state and local governments, Commentary comes from Andrew Cohen in Esquire, Ilya Shapiro in the Washington… [read post]
21 Mar 2017, 9:02 pm by Michael C. Dorf
In short, Judge Gorsuch followed the by-now standard script to the letter.A Civics LessonIn an opinion column about a year ago, Professors Paul Collins and Lori Ringhand called into question the conventional wisdom that confirmation hearings are uninformative. [read post]
13 Mar 2017, 4:15 am by Scott Bomboy
Collins Jr. and Lori Ringhand, in a recent analysis, noted that Thurgood Marshall’s 1967 confirmation hearing was marked by extended questions related to the Warren Court. [read post]