What We Learned About The Ill. Supreme Court In 2013

Law360, New York (February 19, 2014, 12:37 PM EST) -- With the publication of "The Behavior of Federal Judges," by Lee Epstein, William M. Landes and Judge Richard A. Posner, rigorous statistical analysis of the appellate courts is beginning to move from academic publications to mainstream bar journals. Although academic analysts have focused largely on the federal appellate courts — the United States Supreme Court in particular — my focus for the past several years has been on the civil docket of the Illinois Supreme Court.

For 2013, the court decided 34 civil cases (not including attorney discipline and juvenile matters). More than 80 percent of the civil docket consists of...

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