prof. (Jeff) JJ Rachlinski

Full Professor Erasmus School of Law Civil Law
Location
Burg. Oudlaan 50, Rotterdam
Room
T19-36
Telephone
0104082797
Email
rachlinski@law.eur.nl

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      • J.J. Rachlinski, A.J. Wistrich & C. Guthrie (2017). Judicial Politics and Decisionmaking: A New Approach. Vanderbilt Law Review, 70 (6), 2015-2103.
      • J.J. Rachlinski (2017). How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Nudges Cass R. Sunstein's The Ethics of Influence: Government in the Age of Behavioral Science. Texas Law Review, 95 (5), 1061-1076.
      • J.J. Rachlinski & A.J. Wistrich (2017). Judging the Judiciary by the Numbers: Empirical Research on Judges. Annual Review of Law and Social Science, 2017 (13), 203-229. doi: 10.1146/annurev-lawsocsci-110615-085032
      • J.J. Rachlinski, A.J. Wistrich & C. Guthrie (2015). Can Judges Make Reliable Numeric Judgements? Distorted Damages and Skewed Sentences. Indiana Law Journal, 90 (2), 695-739.
      • J.J. Rachlinski (2015). Does Empirical Legal Studies Shed More Heat than Light? Ratio Juris (An International journal of jurisprudence and philosophy of law), 28 (4).
      • A.J. Wistrich, J.J. Rachlinski & C. Guthrie (2015). Heart Versus Head: Do judges Follow the Law or Follow Their Feelings? Texas Law Review, 93 (855), 856-923.
      • J.J. Rachlinski, C. Guthrie & A.J. Wistrich (2013). Contrition in the Courtroom: Do Apologies Affect Adjudication? Cornell Law Review, 2013 (paper 604), 1189-1243.
      • A.J. Wistrich & J.J. Rachlinski (2013). How Lawyer's Intuitions Prolong Litigation. Southern California Law Review, 86 (571), 13-91.
      • J.J. Rachlinski, A.J. Wistrich & C. Guthrie (2013). Altering Attention in Adjudication. UCLA Law Review, 60 (6), 1586-1619.
      • J.J. Rachlinski (2012). Predictable Misjudgment: How Intuition Produces and Prolongs Conflict. Zeitschrift für Konfliktmanagement, 2012 (5), 149-161.
      • D.M. Kahan, D.A. Hoffman, D. Braman, D. Evans & J.J. Rachlinski (2012). The Saw a Protest: Cognitive Illiberalism and the Speech-Conduct Distinction. Stanford Law Review, 64 (4), 851-906.
      • W. Boyd, D.A. Kysar & J.J. Rachlinski (2012). Law, Environment, and the 'Non-Dismal' Sciences. Annual Review of Law and Social Science, 2013 (8), 183-211. doi: 10.2139/ssrn.1991258
      • J.J. Rachlinski (2012). Judicial Psychology. Rechtstreeks, 2 (1), 15-34.
      • J.J. Rachlinski (2011). Evidence-Based Law. Cornell Law Review, 96 (4), 901-923.
      • J.J. Rachlinski (2011). The Psychological Foundations of Behavioral Law and Economics. University of Illinois Law Review, 2011 (5), 1675-1696.
      • J.J. Rachlinski, A.J. Wistrich & C. Guthrie (2011). Probability, Probable Cause and the Hindsight Bias. Journal of Empirical Legal Studies, 2011 (8), 72-98.
      • J.J. Rachlinski (2011). Processing Pleadings and the Psychology of Prejudgment. DePaul Law Review, 60 (2), 413-430.
      • G.S. Parks & J.J. Rachlinski (2010). Implicit Bias, Election '08 and the Myth of a Post-Racial America. Florida State University Law Review, 37 (659), 659-716.
      • J.J. Rachlinski (2010). Why Heightened Pleading - Why Now? Penn State Law Review, 114 (4), 12-47.
      • J.J. Rachlinski (2012). How Judges Make Decisions. In R.W.M. Giard (Ed.), Judicial Decision Making in Civil Law: Determinants, Dynamics, and Delusions (Civilologie / Civilology, 4) (pp. 87-108). Eleven International Publishing
      • A.J. Wistrich & J.J. Rachlinski (2017). Implicit Bias in Judicial Decision Making How It Affects Judgment and What Judges Can Do About It (March 16, 2017). Chapter 5: American Bar Association, Enhancing Justice. (Preprints, no No. 17-16). Cornell Legal Studies Research Paper: Cornell doi: 10.2139/ssrn.2934295
      • J.J. Rachlinski (2011, december 8). Dag Van Het Oordeel ('Judgment Day'). The Hague, The Netherlands, Dutch Judicial Council.
      • J.J. Rachlinski (2011, november 16). Inside the Judicial Mind: How Judges Decide Cases. Vienna, Lecture at the University of Vienna, Faculty of Law.
      • J.J. Rachlinski (2011, januari 19). Blinking on the Bench: How Judges Make Decisions. San Antonio, TX, Texas Litigation Update/Texas Bar Association Annual Meeting.
      • J.J. Rachlinski (2011, maart 25). Judicial Decision Making. Paris, France, Symposium on Popular Justice: Beyond Judges and Juries at Ecole Normale Superieure.
      • J.J. Rachlinski (2011, augustus 5). Implicit Bias and the Myth of Equal Justice. Toronto, Canada, Presidential Showcase Program, American Bar Association Annual Meeting.
      • J.J. Rachlinski (2011, augustus 15). The Working of the Judicial Mind. St. John's, Newfoundland, Canada, Canadian National Judicial Institute Conference on The Art and Craft of Judging.
      • J.J. Rachlinski (2011, september 14). New Developments in the Science of Judicial Behaviour. San Diego, CA, American Judges' Association Annual Meeting.
      • J.J. Rachlinski (2011, september 22). Decision Making for Administrative Law Judges. Sante Fe, NM, National Association of Administrative Law Judges Annual Meeting.
      • J.J. Rachlinski (2011, november 7). Inside the Judicial Mind: How Judges Decide Cases. Den Haag, The Netherlands, Law Firm Pels Rijken.
      • J.J. Rachlinski (2011, januari 15). Implicit Bias. Vail, CO, American Bar Association Section on Litigation, Annual Leadership Meeting.
      • J.J. Rachlinski (2011, september 23). Inside the Judicial Mind: How Judges Decide Cases. Houston, TX, Texas Association of Civil Appellate and Trial Specialists.
      • J.J. Rachlinski (2011, september 30). Psychological Factors Affecting Judicial and Administrative Decision-making. onbekend, Osgoode Center for Professional Development.
      • J.J. Rachlinski (2011, september 30). Intuition, Deliberation and Good Judgment. Ontario, Ontario Securities Commission.
      • J.J. Rachlinski (2011, september 29). Intuition, Deliberation and Good Judgment. Osgood Hall Law School, Faculty Workshop.
      • J.J. Rachlinski (2011, oktober 12). The Working of the Judicial Mind. New York City, New York City Administrative Judicial Institute.
      • J.J. Rachlinski (2011, oktober 21). Why Heightened Pleading - Why Now? School of Law, University of Baltimore, Baltimore MD, Matthew Fogg Symposium on The Vitality of Stare Decisis in America.
      • J.J. Rachlinski (2011, november 8). Predictable Misjudgment: How Intuition Misleads Lawyers, Judges and Other. Rotterdam, Dies Natalis Erasmus University.
      • J.J. Rachlinski (2011, november 21). How Judges Think. Teaneck, New Jersey, New Jersey Judicial College.
      • J.J. Rachlinski (2011). They Saw a Protest, Cognitive Illiberalism and the Speech-Conduct Distinction. Faculty workshop: Erasmus School of Law, Rotterdam (2011, maart 24).
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    Start date approval
    Sep/2014
    End date approval
    Is current
    Place
    ITHACA
    Description
    Hoogleraar
  • Full Professor

    University
    Erasmus University Rotterdam
    School
    Erasmus School of Law
    Department
    Civil Law
    Country
    The Netherlands
    Telephone
    0104082797

Address

Visiting address

Burg. Oudlaan 50 3062 PA Rotterdam

Postal address

Postbus 1738 3000 DR Rotterdam