Elizabeth A. Lane
Elizabeth A. Lane
Assistant Professor, Department of Political Science, North Carolina State University
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Politicized battles: How vacancies and partisanship influence support for the Supreme court
MT Armaly, EA Lane
American Politics Research 51 (1), 23-36, 2023
The purpose of senatorial grandstanding during Supreme court confirmation hearings
JA Schoenherr, EA Lane, MT Armaly
Journal of Law and Courts 8 (2), 333-358, 2020
A Separation-of-Powers Approach to the Supreme Court’s Shrinking Caseload
EA Lane
Journal of Law and Courts 10 (1), 1-12, 2022
Agenda setting and case selection on the US Supreme Court
EA Lane, RC Black
Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Politics, 2017
Hidden Successes: Briefs, Oral Arguments, and Gender Roles at the US Supreme Court
EA Lane, JA Schoenherr
State courts, state legislatures, and setting abortion policy
JH Kim, A Gunderson, EA Lane, NM Bauer
Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law 48 (4), 569-592, 2023
“A Matter of Great Importance”: Interest Groups, the Senate Judiciary Committee, and Supreme Court Confirmation Hearings
EA Lane, JA Schoenherr
When the Senate plays politics with Supreme Court vacancies this hurts the public’s perceptions of the Court
MT Armaly, EA Lane
USApp–American Politics and Policy Blog, 2022
Candidate Gender, Campaign Appeals, and Voter Support in Judicial Elections
A Gunderson, J Kim, E Lane, N Bauer, B Davis, K Searles
“Excuse me–” Race and Intersectionality of Interruptions at the US Supreme Court
E Lane, K Widner
Persuading the Supreme Court: The Significance of Briefs in Judicial Decision Making. By Morgan LW Hazelton and Rachael K. Hinkle. Lawrence, KS: University of Kansas Press …
EA Lane
Perspectives on Politics 21 (2), 738-740, 2023
2.3 Judicial Discretion and US Supreme Court Agenda Setting
EA Lane, JA Schoenherr, RA Schutte, RC Black
Open Judicial Politics, 2020
The Influence Case Strength on Supreme Court Decision Making
E Lane
Michigan State University. Political Science, 2019
Research Note: Identifying Racial and Ethnic Representation in the Supreme Court Bar
EA Lane, JA Schoenherr
All the News That’s Fit to Not Print: Changing Means of Covering the United States Supreme Court
MT Cota, RB Houston, EA Lane, JA Schoenherr
A Winning Strategy: How Attorneys Use Vanity Citations to Sway Justices
EA Lane, JA Schoenherr
But Why, Though? Understanding Public Response to Interest Group Amicus Activity
A Gunderson, EA Lane, JA Schoenherr, K Widner
Part 8. VIII. Behavior of the Supreme Court of the United States.
USSC Justices, C Cameron, T Clark, J Staton, J Crowe, H Taft, LJ Duke, ...
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