This Article proceeds as follows. In Part II, we summarize the model advanced by Landes and Posner. In Part III, we explore some of the criticisms that have been levied against their model, while in Part IV we raise some criticisms of our own and explore how later scholarship has addressed them. Part V concludes the article.
Michael E. Solimine and Rafael Gely,
Federal and State Judicial Selection in an Interest Group Perspective,
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