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How do Judges Decide Divorce Cases?: An Empirical Analysis of Discretionary Decision Making
74 N.C. L. Rev. 401; reprinted in part in Family Law in Action: A Reader (M.F. Brinig et al. eds. 1999) and in Woman's Law (M. Canavan ed. 2000) (1996)
  • Marsha Garrison, Brooklyn Law School
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1996
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Marsha Garrison. "How do Judges Decide Divorce Cases?: An Empirical Analysis of Discretionary Decision Making," 74 N.C. L. Rev. 401 (1996); reprinted in part in Family Law in Action: A Reader (M.F. Brinig et al. eds. 1999) and in Woman's Law (M. Canavan ed. 2000)