Eve M. Ringsmuth
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Hear Me Roar: What Provokes Supreme Court Justices to Dissent from the Bench
TR Johnson, RC Black, EM Ringsmuth
Minn. L. Rev. 93, 1560, 2008
412008
The American public and the room to maneuver: Responsibility attributions and policy efficacy in an era of globalization
TT Hellwig, EM Ringsmuth, JR Freeman
International Studies Quarterly 52 (4), 855-880, 2008
402008
Voting fluidity and oral argument on the US Supreme Court
EM Ringsmuth, AC Bryan, TR Johnson
Political research quarterly 66 (2), 429-440, 2013
332013
Jeremiad or weapon of words?: the power of emotive language in Supreme Court dissents
AC Bryan, EM Ringsmuth
Journal of Law and Courts 4 (1), 159-185, 2016
252016
The role of emotional language in briefs before the US Supreme Court
RC Black, MEK Hall, RJ Owens, EM Ringsmuth
Journal of Law and Courts 4 (2), 377-407, 2016
212016
Supreme Court oral arguments and institutional maintenance
EM Ringsmuth, TR Johnson
American politics research 41 (4), 651-673, 2013
112013
Strict Scrutiny
L Dancey, KR Nelson, EM Ringsmuth
Judicature 95, 126, 2011
72011
Departures from the court: The political landscape and institutional constraints
KR Nelson, EM Ringsmuth
American Politics Research 37 (3), 486-507, 2009
62009
Pushing constitutional limits in the US States: Legislative professionalism and judicial review of state laws by the US Supreme Court
SM Miller, EM Ringsmuth, JM Little
State Politics & Policy Quarterly 15 (4), 476-491, 2015
52015
Individual Scrutiny or Politics as Usual? Senatorial Assessment of US District Court Nominees
L Dancey, KR Nelson, EM Ringsmuth
American Politics Research 42 (5), 784-814, 2014
32014
Voting Fluidity throughout the Decision-Making Process on the US Supreme Court
EM Ringsmuth
Justice System Journal 36 (3), 197-211, 2015
22015
Invoking Precedent: Discussion of Supreme Court Decisions at Circuit Court Confirmation Hearings
L Dancey, K Nelson, EM Ringsmuth, E Solomon
American Politics Research 48 (3), 355-364, 2020
12020
Inter-Institutional Dynamics: Assessments of the Supreme Court in a Separation of Powers Context
KR Nelson, EM Ringsmuth
Political Behavior 35 (2), 357-382, 2013
12013
Asked and Answered: The Senate Judiciary Committee and Judicial Confirmation Hearings
L Dancey, K Nelson, E Ringsmuth
APSA 2012 Annual Meeting Paper, 2012
12012
Institutional rules and decision making on the US Supreme Court.
EM Ringsmuth
12009
Oral Argument in the Time of COVID: The Chief Plays Calvinball
T Jacobi, TR Johnson, E Ringsmuth, M Sag
Southern California Interdisciplinary Law Journal, ___ (2021), 2020
2020
It's Not Personal: Politics and Policy in Lower Court Confirmation Hearings
L Dancey, KR Nelson, EM Ringsmuth
University of Michigan Press, 2020
2020
Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh is no stranger to contentious hearings
L Dancey, K Nelson, EM Ringsmuth
USApp-American Politics and Policy Blog, 2018
2018
The Puzzle of Unanimity: Consensus on the United States Supreme Court
EM Ringsmuth
Political Science Quarterly 129 (2), 363-365, 2014
2014
Judicial nominees who have confirmation hearings during divided government are much more likely to face ideological questions
L Dancey, KR Nelson, EM Ringsmuth
LSE American Politics and Policy, 2014
2014
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