TABLE OF CONTENTS
Empirical Measures of Judicial Performance
- Empirical Measures of Judicial Performance: An Introduction
- Steven G. Gey & Jim Rossi
- Foreseeing Greatness? Measurable Performance Criteria and the Selection of Supreme Court Justices
- Judging the Tournament
- Hon. Jay S. Bybee & Thomas J. Miles
- Which Judges Write Their Opinions (And Should We Care)?...
- Stephen J. Choi & G. Mitu Gulati
- Empirical Measures of Judicial Performance: Thoughts on Choi and Gulati's Tounament of Judges
- The Role of Qualifications in the Confirmation of Nominees to the U.S. Supreme Courts
- Supreme Court Selection and Measures of Past Judicial Performance
- Judicial Selection by the Numbers
- Federal Judges and the Heisman Trophy
- Who Judges the Judges?
- Judicial Behavior and Performance: An Economic Approach
- Pulling From the Ranks?: Remarks on the Proposed Use of an Objective Judicial Ranking System to Guide the Supreme Court Appointment Process
- Do Judges Behave as Homo Economicus, and if so, Can We Measure their Performance? An Antipodean Perspective on a Tournament of Judges
- Judical Stratification and the Reputations of the United States Courts of Appeals
- A Tournament of Virtue
- Information and the Selection of Judges: A Comment on "A Tournament of Judges"
- Keeping Score: The Utility of Empirical Measurements in Judicial Selection