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Charles Gardner Geyh

Faculty bibliography for Professor Geyh

Book Chapters

Charles Gardner Geyh

John F. Kimberling Professor of Law

The Challenge of Judicial Independence, in THE CONSTITUTION IN 5 MINUTES (D. Klein and J.L. Smith, eds.), Equinox Publishing (forthcoming 2022).

The Changing Legal Landscape of Judicial Elections (with Katherine Thrapp) in JUDICIAL ELECTIONS IN THE 21st CENTURY (C.W. Bonneau and M.G. Hall, Eds.). New York: Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2017.

The Use and Abuse of Empirical Evidence in Support of Normative Arguments on Judicial Selection (with Anita Foss) in MAKING LAW AND COURTS RELEVANT: THE NORMATIVE IMPLICATIONS OF EMPIRICAL RESEARCH (B.L. Bartels and C.W. Bonneau, Eds.). New York: Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2015.

The Transformation of the American Judiciary in THE WAR ON THE JUDICIARY: CAN INDEPENDENT JUDGING SURVIVE? (2013 FORUM FOR STATE APPELLATE COURT JUDGES). Washington, D.C.: Pound Civil Justice Institute, 2014.

The Criticism and Speech of Judges in the United States, in JUDICIARIES IN COMPARATIVE PERSPECTIVE (H.P. Lee, Ed.). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2011.

Introduction, So What Does Law Have to Do with It?, in WHAT'S LAW GOT TO DO WITH IT?: WHAT JUDGES DO, WHY THEY DO IT, AND WHAT'S AT STAKE. (C.G. Geyh, Ed.). Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press, 2011.

The Choreography of Courts-Congress Conflicts, in THE POLITICS OF JUDICIAL INDEPENDENCE: COURTS, POLITICS, AND THE PUBLIC (B. Peabody, Ed.). Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2011.

Preserving Public Confidence in the Courts in an Age of Individual Rights and Public Skepticism, in BENCH-PRESS: THE COLLISION OF COURTS, POLITICS, AND THE MEDIA (Keith J. Bybee, Ed.). Palo Alto: Stanford University Press, 2007.

Customary Independence, in JUDICIAL INDEPENDENCE AT THE CROSS-ROADS: AN INTERDISCIPLINARY APPROACH (Stephen B. Burbank and Barry Friedman, Eds.). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, 2002.

Judicial Independence and Accountability, in THE IMPROVEMENT OF THE ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE, 7th Ed. (Gordon M. Griller and E. Keith Stott, Eds.). Chicago: American Bar Association, 2002.

Defending Justice: The Courts, Criticism and Intimidation, in UNCERTAIN JUSTICE: POLITICS AND AMERICA’S COURTS: THE REPORTS OF THE TASK FORCES OF CITIZENS FOR INDEPENDENT COURTS. New York: Century Foundation Press, 2000.

Overcoming the Competence/Credibility Paradox in Judicial Impact Assessment: The Need for an Independent Office of Interbranch Relations, in CONFERENCE ON ASSESSING THE EFFECTS OF LEGISLATION ON THE WORKLOAD OF THE COURTS: PAPERS AND PROCEEDINGS (A. Fletcher Mangum, Ed.). Washington, DC: Federal Judicial Center, 1995.

Means of Judicial Discipline Other Than Those Prescribed by the Judicial Discipline Statute, in REPORT OF THE NATIONAL COMMISSION ON JUDICIAL DISCIPLINE AND REMOVAL. Washington, DC: National Commission on Judicial Discipline and Removal, 1993.