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Thank you for visiting the  website of the Judicial Legitimacy Around the World Project. We seek to systematically investigate the public's support for norms that have long buttressed the democratic architecture of majority rule in countries around the world.

This research is funded by the National Science Foundation, and this website is under construction.

 

DATA

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JLAW data will be available here, as well as ICPSR and DataVerse repositories.
Please check back for additional information.

 

TEACHING

Here we will post all materials that utilize the JLAW data designed for classroom instruction.

Below are students who are or have been affiliated with this project.

We are indebted to them for their excellent assistance. *=Funded

GRADUATE STUDENTS

Marielena Dias*

UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS

Taylor Doolin

Brendan Gerdts

Taylor Hainey

Julianne Kelly

Macie Lavender

Carleigh Patton

Aydn Register

Stephen Richards

Savannah Valentine

Kaleigh Young

 

COLLABORATORS

AMANDA DRISCOLL

Co-PI


Professor Driscoll is an Associate Professor of Political Science at Florida State University. Her personal website can be found at amandadriscoll.xyz.

MICHAEL J. NELSON

Co-PI

Professor Nelson is the Jeffrey L. Hyde and Sharon D. Hyde and Political Science Board of Visitors Early Career Professor in Political Science, Associate Professor of Political Science and Social Data Analytics at The Pennsylvania State University, and Affiliate Faculty at Penn State Law. His personal website can be found at mjnelson.org.

 

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