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punitive damages, litigation, juries, tort
appeals, Court of Appeals, appellate courts, briefs, legal writing, appellate practice, appellate procedure, Federal Rules of Appellate Procedure, lawyer specialization, empirical legal studies
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Punitive Damages, Tort, Empirical Studies
Religious liberty, Establishment Clause, Church and State, Judicial Decisionmaking, judges, courts, empirical study of courts
empirical legal studies, religious liberty, first amendment, Muslims, judicial decisionmaking, free exercise, free exercise of religion, law and religion, minority rights, civil rights, civil liberties, law and courts, cognitive psychology
Judges, ideology, judicial decisionmaking, empirical
judges, ideology, judicial decisionmaking, empirical
federalism, education, political economy
punitive damages, judges, juries, Supreme Court
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Constitution, religion, judges, judicial decisionamking, empirical
education, school desegregation, legal impact, constitutional law
Courts, Judges, Judicial Decision Making, Religion, Constitution
constitution, education, law and policy, litigation, empirical
clemency, death penalty, criminal, empirical
religious liberty, religious freedom, freedom of religion, free exercise, free exercise of religion, religion clauses, first amendment, Muslims, judicial decision-making, empirical legal studies
length of prison sentences, narcotics violations, federal drug sentences, sentencing system, prosecutors, defense counsel, probation officers, district judges, Guidelines sentencing, Federal Sentencing Guidelines, judicial districts, drug types, marijuana, fast-track, sentence discounts
Criminal, empirical, complexity, reform, jury
Empirical, case complexity, criminal, jury, judge, jury reform
Judicial decision making, public choice theory, empirical analysis, sentencing
Empirical, Judicial Elections, Tort Reform
employment discrimination, U.S. District Court, settlements
judges, judicial decisionmaking, economics, precedent
Constitution, education, public policy, law and social science, equal education
sentencing, drug offender, federal prison sentences, Federal Sentencing Guidelines
civil justice, case disposition time, empirical
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