1 edition of Jurisprudential regimes found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 141-167) and index.
|Series||Law and society|
|LC Classifications||KF8742 .M275 2011|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 170 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||170|
|LC Control Number||2010038566|
Jurisprudential regimes struc-ture Supreme Court decision making by establishing which case factors are relevant for decision making and/or by setting the level of scrutiny or balancing the justices are to employ in assessing case factors (i.e., weighting the influence of various factors). Justices then apply regimes in subsequent pertinent. Jurisprudential regimes: the Supreme Court, civil rights, and the life cycle of judicial doctrine. [Marcella Marlowe] -- "Marlowe's work draws on institutional-based Supreme Court literature, American Political Development literature, and emerging jurisprudential regime literature to argue that Court doctrine in.
A school of legal thought, popular during the s and s, that left a lasting imprint on American jurisprudence. Legal realists generally advocated a less abstract and more realistic and pragmatic approach to the law, an approach that would take into account customary practices and the circumstances in which transactions take place. The Nature of Legal Change on the U.S. Supreme Court: Jurisprudential Regimes Theory and Its Alternatives Brandon L. Bartels George Washington University Andrew J. O’Geen Davidson College Jurisprudential regimes theory (JRT) posits that legal change on the U.S. Supreme Court occurs in a drastic, structural-.
Define jurisprudential. jurisprudential synonyms, jurisprudential pronunciation, jurisprudential translation, English dictionary definition of jurisprudential. adj. Versed in jurisprudence. ju′rispruden′tially adv. Adj. 1. jurisprudential - relating to the . Downloadable! Objectives. Recent work on Supreme Court decision making has argued that different areas of law demonstrate the creation of jurisprudential regimes, which alter the importance of different case facts to the justices, suggesting that the justices do alter their behavior in response to changes in the law. However, the work on jurisprudential regimes has suggested that all justices.
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Marlowe's work draws on institutional-based Supreme Court literature, American Political Development literature, and emerging jurisprudential regime literature to argue that Court doctrine in caselaw follows a life cycle pattern consisting of a pre-governance phase, where the Court has not settled on a doctrinal test to apply consistently, a governance phase, where the Court establishes and consistently applies Format: Library Binding.
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In this paper (part of a book project), I explicate jurisprudential regime theory and develop an understanding of its relation to Shapiro's political jurisprudence as well as rational choice, historical and interpretive forms of institutionalism. I look at how the theory has developed and examine the ways in which scholars have empirically modeled the role of jurisprudence in judicial decision Author: Mark J Richards.
In doing so, the book highlights the role of the civil rights movement in developing the content-neutrality jurisprudential regime.
Establishing 'jurisprudential regime theory' as a framework for incorporating the various factors that can affect decision-making, the author draws on quantitative, qualitative and interpretive methods in order to. Jurisprudential regime theory is a legal explanation of decision-making on the U.S.
Jurisprudential regimes book Court that asserts that a key precedent in an area of law fundamentally restructures the relationship between case characteristics and the outcomes of future cases.
In this article, we. Jurisprudential regime theory is a legal explanation of decision-making on the U.S. Supreme Court that asserts that a key precedent in an area of law fundamentally restructures the relationship between case characteristics and the outcomes of future cases.
of the substantively motivated regime tests that allow for membership change, none were statistically signiﬁcant. While sensitivity analysis and pattern checking are, we agree, necessary components of the jurisprudential regimes research design, statistical signiﬁcance tests are surely at the heart of jurispru-dential regimes analysis as well.
Jurisprudential regimes identify relevant case factors and/or set the level of scrutiny or balancing the justices will use. These jurisprudential regimes have the potential to make a significant difference in the decisions of the by: The Politics of Freedom of Expression by M.
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Jurisprudential regime theory is a legal explanation of decision-making on the U.S. Supreme Court that asserts that a key precedent in an area of law fundamentally restructures the relationship between case characteristics and the outcomes of future cases.
In this article, we offer a multivariate multiple change-point probit model that can be used to endogenously test for the Cited by: 8. Jurisprudential regime theory (Richards and Kritzer, ) is a legal explanation of decision-making on the U.S. Supreme Court that asserts that a key precedent in an area of law funda-mentally.
Still, other scholars have cast doubt upon these findings, suggesting that jurisprudential regimes play only a minor role in structuring the choices justices make. However, the weight of the evidence about legal factors on judicial decision-making indicates that law does play an important, albeit partial, role in structuring the choices that.
Jurisprudential regimes identify relevant case factors and/or set the level of scrutiny or balancing the justices will use.
These jurisprudential regimes have the potential to make a significant difference in the decisions of the justices. The jurisprudential texts which inform the theoretical framework of this book bring to our attention the urgent message that the Djang (primordial energy) is out of balance, and that the rebalancing of that Djang is up to the individual through their lawful behaviour, a behaviour which patterns them back into Author: C.F.
Black. Jurisprudential Regime Theory. By Mark Richards. Abstract. In this paper (part of a book project), I explicate jurisprudential regime theory and develop an understanding of its relation to Shapiro\u27s political jurisprudence as well as rational choice, historical and interpretive forms of institutionalism.
I look at how the theory has Author: Mark Richards. Drawing on philosophical inquiry, jurisprudential analysis and intellectual history, this book traces the impact of communist ideology and practice on legal thought: from its critical roots in the midst of the nineteenth century to its reactionary stand in the later years of the twentieth.
title = "Jurisprudential regimes in Supreme Court decision making", abstract = "We theorize that if law matters in Supreme Court decision making, it matters not as a mechanistic force that dictates decisions, but as an institutional construct created by justices who possess political by: JURISPRUDENTIAL REGIME, AND THE CONSTITUTIONAL POLITICS OF RACE.
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