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How to Think About Judicial Behavior

To follow up on Paul’s post below, since political science models have played a role in advancing the strongest versions of legal realism, it’s worth explaining what a more realistic version of legal realism looks like. One way I like to explain it is borrowed from Michael Klarman’s superb book From Jim Crow to Civil […]
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