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30 May 2007, 4:47 am
Eisenberg and his Cornell colleague Michael Heise, now both also of Empirical Legal Studies Blog, extend the study to state court data in a new article, "Plaintiphobia in State Court? [read post]
29 Aug 2011, 4:00 am by Howard Friedman
Sisk and Michael Heise, Muslims and Religious Liberty in the Era of 9/11: Empirical Evidence from the Federal Courts, (U of St. [read post]
10 Jul 2012, 5:09 am by Ezra Rosser
Guida Jr & David Figuli The Evolving Economic Structure of Higher Education Henry Hansmann Religion, Schools, and Judicial Decision Making: An Empirical Perspective Michael Heise & Gregory C. [read post]
5 Apr 2023, 2:00 pm by Greg Sisk
Together with Michael Heise at Cornell, our empirical study of religious liberty decisions, including decisions by judges without a religious affiliation on Establishment Clause cases, will later be published in the St. [read post]
28 Feb 2008, 9:18 pm
[Update: Michael Heise reacts here and observes that "CLR's submission requirements invite some level of risk to that Review. [read post]
24 Mar 2011, 11:08 am by Dan Markel
So, I'm grateful to Michael Heise, who pointed out this recent blog post from Ethan Fosse with mnemonics for keeping Type I errors differentiated from Type II errors: first, a Type I error can be viewed as a "false alarm" while a Type II error as a "missed detection"; second, note that the phrase "false alarm" has fewer letters than "missed detection," and analogously the numeral 1 (for Type I error) is smaller than 2 (for Type I error)… [read post]
27 Aug 2006, 4:00 pm
The conference organizers are: Jennifer Arlen (NYU), Bernard Black (Texas), Theodore Eisenberg (Cornell), Michael Heise (Cornell) and Geoffrey Miller (NYU). [read post]
26 Mar 2012, 4:05 am by Howard Friedman
Thomas Legal Studies Research Paper No. 12-10, 2012).Michael Heise and Gregory C. [read post]
18 Jun 2010, 12:41 pm by Corey Yung
Consider the very interesting and valuable studyby Michael Heise and Gregory Sisk of judicial ideology in religious liberty cases published in the Northwestern University Law Review a few years ago. [read post]
26 May 2015, 4:15 am by Howard Friedman
., Cambridge University Press, Forthcoming)).Michael Heise, Lost Ground: Catholic Schools, the Future of Urban School Reform, and Empirical Legal Scholarship, (Texas Law Review, Vol. 93, 2015).Antonios E. [read post]
22 Nov 2008, 1:36 am
  Michael Heise blogged about it here a couple of years ago. [read post]
25 Feb 2008, 6:41 am
Valerie Hans (Cornell) chairs this year's conference Organizing Committee, which includes Jennifer Arlen (NYU), Bernard Black (Texas), Theodore Eisenberg (Cornell), Gillian Hadfield (USC), Michael Heise (Cornell), Geoffrey Miller (NYU), and Matthew Spitzer (USC). [read post]
10 Nov 2008, 12:18 pm
During the Clinton Administration, as Frank  Bowman and Michael Heise effectively document in their Quiet Rebellion articles (abstract here),  there was a discernible tendency for front-line sentencing actors to exercise their discretion in favor of leniency in federal drug cases. [read post]
26 Jun 2007, 9:17 am
  Perhaps it is worth comparing my thoughts here to the debate I once had with Michael Heise (of the ELSblog) about the status of ELS. [read post]
6 Jun 2009, 5:01 pm
See The Decision to Award Punitive Damages: An Empirical Study, by Theodore Eisenberg, Michael Heise, Nicole Waters, & Martin Wells. [read post]
28 Feb 2007, 9:10 am
Hashimoto concludes with recommendations for actions courts should take to ensure that the decision to go pro se is knowing and voluntary.Thanks: Michael Heise, Empirical Legal Studies. [read post]
26 May 2009, 3:40 pm
The SELS Board of Directors are Jennifer Arlen (NYU), Bernard Black (University of Texas), Shari Seidman Diamond (Northwestern), Theodore Eisenberg (Cornell), Dame Hazel Genn (University College London), Valerie Hans (Cornell), Michael Heise (Cornell), Daniel Klerman (USC), Mathew McCubbins (UC San Diego & USC), Geoffrey Miller (NYU), Jeffrey Rachlinski (Cornell), and Roberta Romano (Yale). [read post]