Where Are the Women? Duke Law Journal Edition

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The April 2009 issue of the Duke Law Journal is chock full of interesting looking material. The gender ratio calculation is complicated by the fact that some authors made more than one contribution, but even counting them only once, the tally looks like: 28 men, 8 women. Here’s the ToC:

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Volume 58 April 2009 Number 7

Foreword

Measuring Judges and Justice

Jeffrey M. Chemerinsky & Jonathan L. Williams

Introduction

“Only Connect”: Toward a Unified Measurement Project

David F. Levi & Mitu Gulati

Articles

Economic Trends and Judicial Outcomes: A Macrotheory of the Court

Thomas Brennan, Lee Epstein & Nancy Staudt

The Warp and Woof of Statutory Interpretation: Comparing Supreme Court Approaches in Tax Law and Workplace Law

James J. Brudney & Corey Ditslear

Judicial Evaluations and Information Forcing: Ranking State High Courts and Their Judges

Stephen J. Choi, Mitu Gulati & Eric A. Posner

Judging the Judges

Frank B. Cross & Stefanie Lindquist

Remaking the United States Supreme Court in the Courts’ of Appeals Image

Tracey E. George & Chris Guthrie


The”Hidden Judiciary”: An Empirical Examination of Executive Branch Justice

Chris Guthrie, Jeffrey J. Rachlinski & Andrew J. Wistrich

Are Empiricists Asking the Right Questions about Judicial Decisionmaking?

Jack Knight

Predicting Court Outcomes through Political Preferences: The Japanese Supreme Court and the Chaos of 1993

J. Mark Ramseyer

Are Appointed Judges Strategic Too?

Joanna M. Shepherd

Responses

Justices as Economic Fixers: A Response to A Macrotheory of the Court

Scott Baker, Adam Feibelman & William P. Marshall

The Continuing Search for a Meaningful Model of Judicial Rankings and Why It (Unfortunately) Matters

Scott Baker, Adam Feibelman & William P. Marshall

Probing the Effects of Judicial Specialization

Lawrence Baum

A Response to Professors George and Guthrie, Remaking the United States Supreme Court in the Courts’ of Appeals Image

Michael Boudin

A Response to Professor Ramseyer, Predicting Court Outcomes through Political Preferences

Michael Boudin

No Warrant for Radical Change: A Response to Professors George and Guthrie

Erwin Chemerinsky

Do Judges Think? Comments on Several Papers Presented at the Duke Law Journal’s Conference on Measuring Judges and Justice

Robert Henry

A Response to Professor Knight, Are Empiricists Asking the Right Questions about Judicial Decisionmaking?

H. Jefferson Powell

On Doctors and Judges

Barak Richman

Just Because You Can Measure Something, Does It Really Count?

Laura Denvir Stith

Does the Supreme Court Follow the Economic Returns? A Response to A Macrotheory of the Court

Ernest A. Young & Erin C. Blondel

The Court and the Code: A Response to The Warp and Woof of Statutory Interpretation

Lawrence Zelenak

Book Review

Autocrat of the Armchair

David F. Levi

Interview

A Conversation with Judge Richard A. Posner

Notes

Applying Lawrence: Teenagers and the Crime against Nature

Daniel Allender

A Picture Imperfect: The Rights of Art Consignor-Collectors When Their Art Dealer Files for Bankruptcy

Hilary Jay

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