When the Court Has a Party, How Many "Friends" Show Up? A Note on the Statistical Distribution of Amicus Brief Filings

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When the Court Has a Party, How Many "Friends" Show Up? A Note on the Statistical Distribution of Amicus Brief Filings

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2007

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University of Minnesota Law School

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Part of Symposium: The Rehnquist Court in Empirical and Statistical Retrospective

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Constitutional Commentary, Volume 24, Number 1 (Spring 2007), pages 19-42

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Farber, Daniel A.. (2007). When the Court Has a Party, How Many "Friends" Show Up? A Note on the Statistical Distribution of Amicus Brief Filings. Retrieved from the University Digital Conservancy, https://hdl.handle.net/11299/170327.

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