Be Careful What You Wish For: Problem with Using Empirical Rankings to Select Supreme Court Justices – Article by William P. Marshall

From Volume 78, Number 1 (November 2004)

In Choosing the Next Supreme Court Justice: An Empirical Ranking of Judicial Performance, Professors Stephen Choi and G. Mitu Gulati present an imaginative and well-timed challenge to the current judicial nominations culture, which insists in maintaining that nominees are selected for their excellence when they are actually chosen for their ideology.



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