The Case for Partisan Judicial Elections

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Join us in a discussion with our experts, Professor Chris Bonneau and Professor Scott Gaylord, as we review The Case for Partisan Judicial Elections, a new white paper from Professor Bonneau that argues partisan judicial elections are the best way to select state judges. This paper is the first in a series of papers commissioned by the Federalist Society on the leading methods of state judicial selection. 


Prof. Chris W. Bonneau, Associate Professor of Political Science, University of Pittsburgh

Prof. Scott W. Gaylord, Professor of Law, Elon University School of Law

Peter Bisbee, The Federalist Society (Moderator)

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