Faculty mentor: Michael Dichio
Judicial review allows the Supreme Court to decide whether Federal and State are valid based on the U.S. Constitution. Historically, the most common outcome of judicial review is when the Supreme Court affirms a lower court that upholds a federal statute. However, these cases have disappeared from the docket since Chief Justice Roberts took office in 2005. Yet, state-level judicial review remains understudied, and we want to find out whether the court behaves similarly towards state-level cases.
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