Elizabeth Lane

Elizabeth Lane

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Elizabeth Lane studies American politics with a focus on the United States Supreme Court. She is interested in the interplay between law and politics and how this relationship shapes justices' decision making.

Publications and Presentations

Schoenherr, Jessica A., Elizabeth Lane, and Miles T. Armaly. “The Electoral Purpose of Senatorial Grandstanding During Supreme Court Confirmation Hearings.” Journal of Law and Courts. Forthcoming.

Lane, Elizabeth, Jessica A. Schoenherr, Rachel A. Schutte, and Ryan C. Black. Forthcoming. “Judicial Discretion and U.S. Supreme Court Agenda Setting” in Open Judicial Politics Reader, eds. Jennifer Segal Diascro, Rorie L. Solberg, and Eric N. Waltenburg. Oregon State University Open Textbook Initiative.

Lane, Elizabeth A., and Ryan C. Black. 2017. “Agenda Setting and Case Selection of the United States Supreme Court.” Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Politics. Oxford University Press.


POLI 4000: Politics of the U.S. Supreme Court
POLI 4021: Constitutional Law - Civil Rights and Liberties