Sunstein on the Chicago Judges Project
Cass Sunstein and a team of faculty and students in the Chicago Judges Project are hard at work analyzing such questions as whether votes of federal judges are predictable from their ideology. In this short interview from the Research at Chicago series, Cass Sunstein discusses judicial behavior on federal courts, examining considerable data on how appointees have voted, and considers whether judges are affected by their colleagues. This interview is available in both audio and video versions. For instructions, click here.