Racial diversity and judicial influence (American Journal of Political Science)

By Michael Hotchkiss, Office of Communications Adding a black judge to an appellate panel with two nonblack judges nearly ensures the panel will vote in favor of an affirmative action program, according to research by Jonathan Kastellec, an assistant professor of politics at Princeton, who has evaluated the consequences of judicial diversity on the U.S. … Continue reading Racial diversity and judicial influence (American Journal of Political Science)