Open Access Senior Honors Thesis
Dr. Barry Pyle
Dr. Jeffrey Bernstein
After 191 years, the first woman was named to the US Supreme Court. Today, three women sit on the high court. Do they speak with a different voice when compared to their male counterparts? This research assesses the potential and additive impact of female justices on the behavior of the United States Supreme Court. Controlling for ideology, gender, and legal factors, this paper analyzes whether the gender of Supreme Court justices impacts case outcomes.
Rich, Maya, "A Gendered Voice: Effects of Gender on Supreme Court Decisions" (2016). Senior Honors Theses & Projects. 483.