prof. (Jeff) JJ Rachlinski

prof. (Jeff) JJ Rachlinski
Full professor Erasmus School of Law Civil Law
Location
Burg. Oudlaan 50, Rotterdam
Room
T19-36
Email
rachlinski@law.eur.nl

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  • Jeff 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
  • Jeff Rachlinski, AJ Wistrich & C Guthrie (2017) - Judicial Politics and Decisionmaking: A New Approach - Vanderbilt Law Review, 70 (6), 2015-2103
  • Jeff Rachlinski & AJ 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
  • Jeff Rachlinski (2015) - Does Empirical Legal Studies Shed More Heat than Light? - Ratio Juris (An International journal of jurisprudence and philosophy of law), 28 (4)
  • AJ Wistrich, Jeff Rachlinski & C Guthrie (2015) - Heart Versus Head: Do judges Follow the Law or Follow Their Feelings? - Texas Law Review, 93 (855), 856-923
  • Jeff Rachlinski, AJ Wistrich & C Guthrie (2015) - Can Judges Make Reliable Numeric Judgements? Distorted Damages and Skewed Sentences - Indiana Law Journal, 90 (2), 695-739
  • Jeff Rachlinski, AJ Wistrich & C Guthrie (2013) - Altering Attention in Adjudication - UCLA Law Review, 60 (6), 1586-1619
  • AJ Wistrich & Jeff Rachlinski (2013) - How Lawyer's Intuitions Prolong Litigation - Southern California Law Review, 86 (571), 13-91
  • Jeff Rachlinski, C Guthrie & AJ Wistrich (2013) - Contrition in the Courtroom: Do Apologies Affect Adjudication? - Cornell Law Review, 2013 (paper 604), 1189-1243
  • DM Kahan, DA Hoffman, D Braman, D Evans & Jeff Rachlinski (2012) - The Saw a Protest: Cognitive Illiberalism and the Speech-Conduct Distinction - Stanford Law Review, 64 (4), 851-906
  • Jeff Rachlinski (2012) - Judicial Psychology - Rechtstreeks, 2 (1), 15-34
  • W Boyd, DA Kysar & Jeff 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
  • Jeff Rachlinski (2012) - Predictable Misjudgment: How Intuition Produces and Prolongs Conflict - Zeitschrift für Konfliktmanagement, 2012 (5), 149-161
  • Jeff Rachlinski (2011) - Evidence-Based Law - Cornell Law Review, 96 (4), 901-923
  • Jeff Rachlinski (2011) - The Psychological Foundations of Behavioral Law and Economics - University of Illinois Law Review, 2011 (5), 1675-1696
  • Jeff Rachlinski, AJ Wistrich & C Guthrie (2011) - Probability, Probable Cause and the Hindsight Bias - Journal of Empirical Legal Studies, 2011 (8), 72-98
  • Jeff Rachlinski (2011) - Processing Pleadings and the Psychology of Prejudgment - DePaul Law Review, 60 (2), 413-430
  • GS Parks & Jeff Rachlinski (2010) - Implicit Bias, Election '08 and the Myth of a Post-Racial America - Florida State University Law Review, 37 (659), 659-716
  • Jeff Rachlinski (2010) - Why Heightened Pleading - Why Now? - Penn State Law Review, 114 (4), 12-47

  • Jeff Rachlinski (2012) - How Judges Make Decisions - Eleven International Publishing

  • AJ Wistrich & Jeff 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 - doi: 10.2139/ssrn.2934295 - Cornell

  • Jeff Rachlinski (2011) - Faculty workshop - Faculty workshop

  • Jeff Rachlinski (2020) - Judging Autonomous Vehicles - BACT-seminar
  • Jeff Rachlinski (2011) - Dag Van Het Oordeel ('Judgment Day') - Dutch Judicial Council
  • Jeff Rachlinski (2011) - How Judges Think - New Jersey Judicial College
  • Jeff Rachlinski (2011) - Inside the Judicial Mind: How Judges Decide Cases - Lecture at the University of Vienna, Faculty of Law
  • Jeff Rachlinski (2011) - Predictable Misjudgment: How Intuition Misleads Lawyers, Judges and Other - Dies Natalis Erasmus University
  • Jeff Rachlinski (2011) - Inside the Judicial Mind: How Judges Decide Cases - Law Firm Pels Rijken
  • Jeff Rachlinski (2011) - Why Heightened Pleading - Why Now? - Matthew Fogg Symposium on The Vitality of Stare Decisis in America
  • Jeff Rachlinski (2011) - The Working of the Judicial Mind - New York City Administrative Judicial Institute
  • Jeff Rachlinski (2011) - Intuition, Deliberation and Good Judgment - Ontario Securities Commission
  • Jeff Rachlinski (2011) - Psychological Factors Affecting Judicial and Administrative Decision-making - Osgoode Center for Professional Development
  • Jeff Rachlinski (2011) - Intuition, Deliberation and Good Judgment - Faculty Workshop
  • Jeff Rachlinski (2011) - Inside the Judicial Mind: How Judges Decide Cases - Texas Association of Civil Appellate and Trial Specialists
  • Jeff Rachlinski (2011) - Decision Making for Administrative Law Judges - National Association of Administrative Law Judges Annual Meeting
  • Jeff Rachlinski (2011) - New Developments in the Science of Judicial Behaviour - American Judges' Association Annual Meeting
  • Jeff Rachlinski (2011) - The Working of the Judicial Mind - Canadian National Judicial Institute Conference on The Art and Craft of Judging
  • Jeff Rachlinski (2011) - Implicit Bias and the Myth of Equal Justice - Presidential Showcase Program, American Bar Association Annual Meeting
  • Jeff Rachlinski (2011) - Judicial Decision Making - Symposium on Popular Justice: Beyond Judges and Juries at Ecole Normale Superieure
  • Jeff Rachlinski (2011) - Blinking on the Bench: How Judges Make Decisions - Texas Litigation Update/Texas Bar Association Annual Meeting
  • Jeff Rachlinski (2011) - Implicit Bias - American Bar Association Section on Litigation, Annual Leadership Meeting

Cornell University USA

Begindatum goedkeuring
september 2014
Einddatum goedkeuring
december 9999
Plaats
ITHACA
Beschrijving
Hoogleraar

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