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Prof. James Sample’s DePaul Law Review Article on Judicial Selection Cited on Election Law Blog

James Sample , Professor of Law

Professor James Sample’s DePaul Law Review article “The Agnostic’s Guide to Judicial Selection” (Volume 67, Issue 2, Winter 2018) is highlighted in a May 15 post by UC Irvine School of Law Professor Rick Hasen on the highly regarded Election Law Blog.

The post includes the full abstract and the SSRN link to the article, and Professor Hasen comments, “James Sample, who does some of the best legal work on judicial selection mechanisms, has posted [the article] on SSRN.”

Read the full blog post on the Election Law Blog.

Read Professor Sample’s full article on the SSRN website.

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