Judges and Their Audiences: A Perspective on Judicial Behavior

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SUBJECT AND CASE INDEX
abortion as judicial issue, 1, 4, 96, 152–53. See also Roe v. Wade; Planned Parenthood v. Casey
American Bar Association (ABA), 114–15, 141, 142n21
American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), 46, 119, 167n
American Constitution Society, 125–26, 129
American Enterprise Institute, 134
American Law Institute, 108
American Legion, 119
American Trial Lawyers Association, 119
Association of Business Trial Lawyers, 167n
Atkins v. Virginia, 110
attitudinal models, 5, 7–8, 19, 106
backgrounds of judges, 66–69, 71–72, 89– 90, 92–94, 96–97, 102, 114–16, 167– 68. See also recruitment
bankruptcy judges, 99
bar associations, 97–98. See also lawyers
Bradshaw v. Unity Marine Corporation, Inc., 35
Briggs v. Elliott, 93
Brown v. Board of Education, 16, 90–91, 107
Bush v. Gore, 12n, 36n, 65, 70, 111, 127–28
Calderon v. Thompson, 111
Callins v. Collins, 154 career goals of judges, 3, 11–12, 22, 68, 71, 81–82, 86, 125, 127. See also election; promotion
Chamber of Commerce, 120
Cheney v. United States District Court, 83
civil liberties as judicial issue, 1–2, 40, 42– 44, 65n8, 76, 78–80, 104–5, 110–12, 132, 134–35, 139–40, 143–51, 154. See also specific issues
Conference of Chief Justices, 103
Congress, 15, 30–31, 61, 129; as judicial audience, 21, 45, 64–65, 72–82, 85–86, 109n16, 149–50, 161–62, 165; overrides of court decisions, 16–17, 73–77, 85, 113
court colleagues as judicial audience, 12, 50–60, 85–86, 161
criminal law and procedure as judicial issue, 62, 72, 121–22, 127, 136, 138–39
Department of Commerce v. U.S. House of Representatives, 128n7
Eagle Forum, 134
economic policy as judicial issue, 78, 83n21, 107–10, 121, 149
election of judges, 1–2, 21, 45, 48, 60–63, 71–72, 81, 86, 98, 118, 120–21, 136, 169. See also career goals; public
elite groups as judicial audience, 89–90, 92, 96, 142, 163
Elk Grove v. Newdow, 2, 42, 78
Elmore v. Rice, 92
Escola v. Coca Cola Bottling Company, 108
Ex parte McCardle, 78
Faragher v. City of Boca Raton, 93
federal courts of appeals, 1–2, 12–13, 35, 37–40, 42, 58–59, 100–5, 107, 110–13, 134n, 139–40, 168–69, 171–72
federal district courts, 35–37, 40, 42, 90– 94, 103, 127, 169
Federalist Society, 46, 118, 123–26, 128– 29, 134, 167n
Fitzpatrick v. Cucinotta, 105n11
Flowers v. Carville, 38
Foundation for Research in Economics and
Environment (FREE), 120
Freedoms Foundation, 119
Gannett v. DePasquale, 138–39
Gebser v. Lago Vista Independent School District, 95
Gibbs v. Babbitt, 1
government as litigant, 72–73, 99 “Greenhouse Effect,” 139–51, 163
Greenman v. Yuba Power Products Co., 107
Grutter v. Bollinger, 110, 129, 140

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