Making the Case for Court Funding: The Important Role of Lobbying

Judges Journal, Vol. 43, pp. 47-50, Summer 2003

3 Pages Posted: 11 Jun 2009

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James W. Douglas

University of South Carolina

Roger E. Hartley

University of Baltimore

Abstract

Douglas and Hartley discuss the role of lobbying in obtaining court budgets. The author suggest ways that court officials might improve lobbying tactics to improve budgets.

Keywords: State Courts, Budget Politics

Suggested Citation

Douglas, James W. and Hartley, Roger E., Making the Case for Court Funding: The Important Role of Lobbying. Judges Journal, Vol. 43, pp. 47-50, Summer 2003, Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=1416230

James W. Douglas

University of South Carolina ( email )

Government and International Studies
Columbia, SC 29208
United States
803-777-2707 (Phone)
803-777-8255 (Fax)

Roger E. Hartley (Contact Author)

University of Baltimore ( email )

Baltimore, MD 21214
United States
828-458-0944 (Phone)

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