Roger E. Hartley, Dean, College of Public Affairs
Roger E. Hartley, Dean, College of Public Affairs
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Attorney expertise, litigant success, and judicial decisionmaking in the US Courts of Appeals
SB Haire, R Hartley, SA Lindquist
LAw & SoC'Y REv. 33, 667, 1999
Who graduates from drug courts? Correlates of client success
RE Hartley, RC Phillips
American Journal of Criminal Justice 26, 107-119, 2001
The politics of court budgeting in the states: Is judicial independence threatened by the budgetary process?
JW Douglas, RE Hartley
Public Administration Review 63 (4), 441-454, 2003
The increasing Senate scrutiny of lower federal court nominees
RE Hartley, LM Holmes
Political science quarterly 117 (2), 259-278, 2002
Increasing Senate scrutiny of lower federal court nominees
RE Hartley, LM Holmes
Judicature 80, 274, 1996
Shifting constellations of actors and their influence on policy diffusion: A study of the diffusion of drug courts
JW Douglas, R Raudla, RE Hartley
Policy Studies Journal 43 (4), 484-511, 2015
A Look at Race, Gender, and Experience
RE Hartley
Judicature 84, 191, 2000
Treating the tough cases in juvenile drug court: Individual and organizational practices leading to success or failure
M Polakowski, RE Hartley, L Bates
Criminal Justice Review 33 (3), 379-404, 2008
Alternative dispute resolution in civil justice systems
RE Hartley
LFB Scholarly Publishing LLC, 2002
Sustaining drug courts in Arizona and South Carolina: An experience in hodgepodge budgeting
JW Douglas, RE Hartley
Justice System Journal 25 (1), 75-86, 2004
The Application of Network Analysis to the Study of Trial Courts
SA Shomade, RE Hartley
Justice System Journal 31 (2), 144-163, 2010
Budgeting for state courts: the perceptions of key officials regarding the determinants of budget success
RE Hartley, JW Douglas
Justice System Journal 24 (3), 251-263, 2003
State court strategies and politics during the appropriations process
JW Douglas, RE Hartley
Public Budgeting & Finance 21 (1), 35-57, 2001
It's Called Lunch: Judicial Ethics and the Political and Legal Space for the Judiciary to Lobby
RE Hartley
Ariz. L. Rev. 56, 383, 2014
Lower federal court judicial confirmation fights: A critical review of the empirical literature and future research directions
SA Shomade, RE Hartley, LM Holmes
PS: Political Science & Politics 47 (1), 149-164, 2014
The confirmation obstacle course: Signaling opposition through delay
LM Holmes, SA Shomade, RE Hartley
American Review of Politics 33, 23-49, 2012
Still on the Books: Jim Crow and Segregation Laws Fifty Years after Brown v. Board of Education
GJ Chin, R Hartley, K Bates, R Nichols
Mich. St. L. Rev., 457, 2006
State Court Budgeting and Judicial Independence: Clues from Oklahoma and Virginia
JW Douglas, RE Hartley
Administration & Society 33 (1), 54-78, 2001
The Fly Ball Effect: A Theoretical Framework for Understanding the Impacts of Short‐Term Seed Grants
JW Douglas, RE Hartley
Public Budgeting & Finance 31 (4), 74-92, 2011
Putting yourself in their shoes: The analysis of real-world disputes through group field projects
RE Hartley
Journal of Public Affairs Education 15 (4), 535-552, 2009
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