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Paul Martin

Paul Martin

(MA DPhil)

Associate Professor of Politics and Tutorial Fellow in Politics, Wadham College
Comparative Politics and Government
(01865) 277987
Wadham College


The Supreme Court and the Legal System” in G Peele et al. eds., Developments in American Politics 6, Palgrave Macmillan, 2010.

“‘The Right Result’: attitudes, strategy and law in the narrative of Supreme Court decisions” Studies in American Political Development 17(2):168–184 (2003).

Paul Martin and Patrick Schmidt. “The New Public Face of Courts: State Judicial Systems and the Internet as Political Resource” Justice System Journal 24(1):118–136 (2003).

“butterfly ballot”, “chad”, “dealignment”, “majority-minority districting”, “Moral Majority” in Iain McLean and Alistair McMillan, The Oxford Concise Dictionary of Politics, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2003.

“The Rehnquist Court’s Partial Revolution” in R. Singh ed., U.S. Politics and Society Today, Cambridge: Polity Press, 2002.

Patrick Schmidt and Paul Martin. “To the Internet and Beyond: The Presence of State Supreme Courts on the World Wide Web” Judicature 84(6):314–325 (May–June 2001). Article se- lected for list of “the most important and timely articles on computers, technology and the law” of 2001 in “Thirty-fourth selected bibliography on Computers, Technology and the Law” 28Rutgers Computer & Tech. L. J. 485 (2002).