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Pages Per Term in the United States Reports and Converting Supreme Court Citations to Term Announced: A Statistical Research Tool
Michigan State Law Review (1998)
  • Donald J. Kochan
Abstract
This short article presents a valuable statistical research tool for those involved in analysis of U.S. Supreme Court opinions. Researchers are made available the data regarding the number of pages that the Supreme Court has written each term and provides an easier basis for identifying this page count with the term announced, which is not otherwise immediately evident from the volume number of the U.S. Reports.
Keywords
  • statistics,
  • econometrics,
  • supreme court,
  • u.s. reports,
  • court term,
  • legal history,
  • docket,
  • workload
Publication Date
1998
Citation Information
Donald J. Kochan. "Pages Per Term in the United States Reports and Converting Supreme Court Citations to Term Announced: A Statistical Research Tool" Michigan State Law Review Vol. 1998 Iss. 4 (1998)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/donald_kochan/10/