Adam Feldman Statistics

Dr. Adam Feldman is the creator and author of the Empirical SCOTUS blog. He has a law degree from U.C. Berkeley’s Boalt Hall School of Law and practiced law as a trial lawyer for three years before starting a Ph.D. in Political Science from the University of Southern California. He has eleven published or forthcoming articles in law and peer-reviewed journals and is completing a postdoctoral fellowship through Columbia Law School.

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04.03.20 Interim Stat Pack for October Term 2019
03.25.20 Empirical SCOTUS: Locating weak causal strands in the justices’ opinions
03.04.20 Empirical SCOTUS: Things we haven’t seen before at the outset of a Roberts Court term
02.12.20 Empirical SCOTUS: About this term: OT 2019
01.24.20 Empirical SCOTUS: Activist or restrained, the current court’s movement is often directed by the chief justice
01.08.20 Empirical SCOTUS: How Chief Justice Roberts articulates his ethos through his Year End Reports
12.24.19 Empirical SCOTUS: The beginning of the 2019 term and how it stacks up
11.27.19 Empirical SCOTUS: Supreme Court justice TV news coverage
11.13.19 Empirical SCOTUS: The recent role of separate opinions
10.21.19 Empirical SCOTUS: Is oral-argument talking time all it’s cut out to be? (UPDATED)
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