Tonja Jacobi
Tonja Jacobi
Professor of Law, Northwestern University
Verified email at law.northwestern.edu
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Super medians
L Epstein, T Jacobi
Stan. L. Rev. 61, 37, 2008
1112008
Legal doctrine and political control
T Jacobi, EH Tiller
The Journal of Law, Economics, & Organization 23 (2), 326-345, 2007
1042007
Justice, interrupted: The effect of gender, ideology, and seniority at Supreme Court oral arguments
T Jacobi, D Schweers
Va. L. Rev. 103, 1379, 2017
882017
The Law and Economics of the Exclusionary Rule
T Jacobi
Notre Dame L. Rev. 87, 585, 2011
872011
The Subtle Unraveling of Federalism: The Illogic of Using State Legislation as Evidence of an Evolving National Consensus
T Jacobi
NCL Rev. 84, 1089, 2005
772005
Ideology and Exceptionalism in Intellectual Property: En Empirical Study
M Sag, T Jacobi, M Sytch
Calif. L. Rev. 97, 801, 2009
712009
Competing Models of Judicial Coalition Formation and Case Outcome Determination
T Jacobi
Journal of Legal Analysis 1 (2), 411-458, 2009
502009
A positive political theory of rules and standards
F Cross, T Jacobi, E Tiller
U. Ill. L. Rev., 1, 2012
492012
The strategic analysis of judicial decisions
L Epstein, T Jacobi
Annual Review of Law and Social Science 6, 341-358, 2010
492010
How the dissent becomes the majority: using federalism to transform coalitions in the US Supreme Court
V Baird, T Jacobi
Duke Law Journal, 183-238, 2009
442009
Taking the Measure of Ideology: Empirically Measuring Supreme Court Cases
T Jacobi, M Sag
Geo. LJ 98, 1, 2009
412009
Obamacare as a Window on Judicial Strategy
T Jacobi
Tenn. L. Rev. 80, 763, 2012
382012
The Second Dimension of the Supreme Court
JB Fischman, T Jacobi
Wm. & Mary L. Rev. 57, 1671, 2015
362015
Judicial agenda setting through signaling and strategic litigant responses
V Baird, T Jacobi
Wash. UJL & Pol'y 29, 215, 2009
362009
The Judicial Signaling Game: How Judges Shape Their Dockets
T Jacobi
Supreme Court Economic Review 16 (1), 1-38, 2008
342008
The Impact of Positive Political Theory on Old Questions of Constitutional Law and the Separation of Powers
T Jacobi
Nw. UL Rev. 100, 259, 2006
342006
The Filibuster and Reconciliation: The Future of Majoritarian Lawmaking in the US Senate
T Jacobi, J VanDam
UCDL Rev. 47, 261, 2013
322013
The new separation-of-powers approach to American politics
RJP De Figueiredo, T Jacobi, BR Weingast
The Oxford handbook of political economy, 2008
302008
The senatorial courtesy game: explaining the norm of informal vetoes in advice and consent nominations
T Jacobi
Legislative Studies Quarterly 30 (2), 193-217, 2005
302005
The role of politics and economics in explaining variation in litigation rates in the US States
T Jacobi
The Journal of Legal Studies 38 (1), 205-233, 2009
292009
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