Research

Publications

Hazelton, Morgan L. W., Kristin E. Hickman, and Emerson H. Tiller. Forthcoming. ``Panel Effects in Administrative Law: A Study of Rules, Standards and Judicial Whistleblowing.''  Southern Methodist University Law Review.

Hazelton, Morgan L.W., Rachael K. Hinkle, and James F Spriggs, II. Forthcoming. "The Long and the Short of It: The Influence of Briefs on Outcomes in the Roberts Court.'" Washington University Journal of Law and Politics.

Hazelton, Morgan L. W., Rachael K. Hinkle, and Jee Seon Jeon. 2016.  "Sound the Alarm? Judicial Decisions Regarding Publication and Dissent." American Politics Research 44(4).

Hazelton, Morgan L. W., Jacob M. Montgomery, and Brendan Nyhan. 2016. “Estimating the Effect of Contributions on Judicial Decision-Making: Evidence from the North Carolina Supreme Court.” American Politics Research 44(4).


Martin, Andrew D. and Morgan L. W. Hazelton. 2012. “What Political Science Can Contribute to the Study of Law.” Review of Law & Economics 8(2).

Hazelton, Morgan L. W., Rachael K. Hinkle, and Andrew D. Martin. 2010. “On Replication and the Study of the Louisiana Supreme Court,” in Palmer, Vernon V. “The Recusal of American Judges in the Post-Caperton Era: An Empirical Assessment of the Risk of Actual Bias in Decisions Involving Campaign Contributors.” Global Jurist 10(3). 

Awards

Saint Louis University Faculty Research Leave Recipient (Spring 2017).

Saint Louis University 2016 President's Research Fund grant recipient (Co-PI).

2016 Neal Tate Award for Best Judicial Politics Paper from the Southern Political Science Association for Quit Your Complaining? Considering the Impact of Supreme Court Decisions on Strategic Litigants.

Selected Works in Progress

Hazelton, Morgan L. W. “Procedural Postures: The Influence of Legal Change on Strategic Litigants and Judges.” (Dissertation)

        Quit Your Complaining? Considering the Impact of Supreme Court Decisions on Strategic Litigants.”  (Chapter)

Hazelton, Morgan L. W., Rachael K. Hinkle, and Michael J. Nelson.  ``The Elevator Effect: How Collegiality Impacts Dissent.''


Hazelton, Morgan L. W. “Ideology and Results: Litigation Outcomes in Enforcement Cases Brought by the Equal Employment Opportunity." 

Hazelton, Morgan L. W., Rachael K. Hinkle, and James F. Spriggs. “Leveraging the Content of Supreme Court Briefs to Evaluate Their Informational Value.” 

Hazelton, Morgan L. W., Jason H. Windett, and Matthew E.K. Hall. “Polarizing the Bench? Considering the Influence of Party on State High Courts.”

Hazelton, Morgan L. W., and Adam S. Myers. “Another Seat at the Table? The Determinants of Congressional Authorizations for Federal District Judgeships.”