The Supreme Court Database
The Supreme Court Database is the definitive source for researchers, students, journalists, and citizens interested in the U.S. Supreme Court.
Designing Supreme Court Term Limits
Simulations of the effects of term limits on the Supreme Court show that extreme ideological imbalance would be reduced over time.
Judicial Elections Data Initiative
A collaborative data collection project in an effort to allow scholars nationwide the opportunity to study the effects of various methods of judicial selection.
European Court of Justice: Rulings Database
This dataset includes information about the rulings by the European Court of Justice from 1960–1997.
Tribal Law Online
Tribal Law Online is an online database of the laws of the Oglala Sioux Tribe, including its treaties, constitutions, selected court decisions, and Law and Order Code.
The Role of State AGs in Improving Prescription Drug Affordability
State attorneys general play a critical role in addressing prescription drug affordability through litigation and other legal tools.
Measuring the relative location of U.S. Supreme Court justices on an ideological continuum allows us to better understand the politics of the high court.
EEOC Litigation Project
Collection and analysis of data about government-initiated employment discrimination lawsuits over 10 years
Less Discriminatory Algorithms
Less discriminatory algorithms often exist due to model multiplicity. Entities that use algorithmic systems in traditional civil rights domains like housing, employment, and credit should have a duty to search for and implement less discriminatory algorithms (LDAs).
Supreme Court Forecasting
An interdisciplinary competition to compare the accuracy of different legal experts and political scientists to assess and predict Supreme Court decision-making.
Civil Rights Litigation Clearinghouse
The Civil Rights Litigation Clearinghouse collects and presents documents and information from large-scale civil rights cases across the United States.
Invisible Pension Investments
This study undertakes the task of linking returns filed by sizeable private pension plans and DFEs in 2008.