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
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
Voting fluidity and oral argument on the US Supreme Court
EM Ringsmuth, AC Bryan, TR Johnson
Political research quarterly 66 (2), 429-440, 2013
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
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
Supreme Court oral arguments and institutional maintenance
EM Ringsmuth, TR Johnson
American politics research 41 (4), 651-673, 2013
Strict Scrutiny
L Dancey, KR Nelson, EM Ringsmuth
Judicature 95, 126, 2011
Departures from the court: The political landscape and institutional constraints
KR Nelson, EM Ringsmuth
American Politics Research 37 (3), 486-507, 2009
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
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
Voting Fluidity throughout the Decision-Making Process on the US Supreme Court
EM Ringsmuth
Justice System Journal 36 (3), 197-211, 2015
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
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
Asked and Answered: The Senate Judiciary Committee and Judicial Confirmation Hearings
L Dancey, K Nelson, E Ringsmuth
APSA 2012 Annual Meeting Paper, 2012
Institutional rules and decision making on the US Supreme Court.
EM Ringsmuth
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
It's Not Personal: Politics and Policy in Lower Court Confirmation Hearings
L Dancey, KR Nelson, EM Ringsmuth
University of Michigan Press, 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
The Puzzle of Unanimity: Consensus on the United States Supreme Court
EM Ringsmuth
Political Science Quarterly 129 (2), 363-365, 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
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