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May I Interject: An Investigation into Gendered Oral Argument Patterns in Federal Appellant Courts Public Deposited

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  • Oral argument has always been an integral part of any appellate courts’ function. For most of the court’s history, both the advocates arguing before the Court and the judges presiding over the court were extremely similar; all being white males. However, the late 20th and 21st centuries have diversified both of these groups, enabling the study of communication patterns as they relate to gender and race. Thus the question of interest: Are there differences in the way that female and male advocates are treated by judges during oral argument within the federal appellate court system.
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  • 2019-12-04 to 2020-07-05

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