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Contact Information

College of Literature, Science, and the Arts Email: admart@umich.edu
LSA Building, Suite 2005 Web: http://sites.lsa.umich.edu/admart
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Ann Arbor, Michigan 48109-1382 Fax: (734) 764-2697

Current Academic Appointments

Dean, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, University of Michigan, 2014-present.
Professor, Department of Political Science, University of Michigan, 2014-present.
Professor, Department of Statistics, University of Michigan, 2015-present.
Faculty Associate, Center for Political Studies, Institute for Social Research, University of Michigan, 2015-present.

Education

Ph.D., Washington University in St. Louis (1998), Political Science.
A.B., The College of William and Mary (1994), Mathematics and Government (Cum Laude, High Honors).

Administrative Experience

Dean, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, University of Michigan, 2014-present.

The College of Literature, Sciences, and the Arts was founded in 1841 and has over 19,500 students, 1,200 instructional faculty, and 2,000 staff members, with an annual budget that exceeds $750 million and an endowment over $1 billion. It is the largest school at the University of Michigan. The Dean is the chief academic, administrative, and financial officer of the College. The Dean works closely with the Executive Committee of the College and the faculty on all academic matters. The Office of the Dean consists of five Associate Deans and a team of administrative professionals. Current areas of focus include: academic excellence; a commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion; increased access; experiential-learning opportunities; and, ensuring LSA students graduate with the skills necessary for success in life after college.

Vice Dean, School of Law, Washington University, 2012-2014.

The Washington University School of Law had 70 full time faculty members, 830 students (in J.D., LL.M., M.J.S., and J.S.D. programs), and 95 full time staff members, with a $52.2 million operating budget (FY11). The Vice Dean worked closely the Dean of the School of Law and senior administrators on all school operations. Specific responsibilities included: curriculum, faculty research expenses, data reporting, donor solicitation and strategic planning for development in collaboration with Dean and Senior Director of Development, school budget in collaboration with Dean and Chief Financial Officer, and oversight of Admissions, Career Services, and Student Services. Major accomplishments: contributed to school success in recruiting students and job placement, launched and actively participated in capital campaign, directed implementation of the Becker Project (an automated student/alumni networking system), and oversaw infrastructure development to capture institutional data.

Chair, Department of Political Science, Arts & Sciences, Washington University, 2007-2011.

The Department of Political Science had 30 full time faculty, 4 staff members, 200 undergraduate majors, and 45 Ph.D. students (FY10). The Department Chair was responsible for all aspects of the department’s operations, and worked in close collaboration with the Dean of the Faculty of Arts & Sciences, the Associate Chair, Directors of Undergraduate and Graduate Studies, and a Department Executive Committee. Major accomplishments: instituted formal and streamlined faculty governance processes and curricular planning, revamped undergraduate curriculum to improve quality of undergraduate research, successfully recruited six new faculty members, coordinated all promotion and tenure cases in the department, managed transition into a new building, and increased department reserve by $120,000 during term.

Founding Director, Center for Empirical Research in the Law, Washington University, 2006-2014.

The Center for Empirical Research in the Law is an interdisciplinary research center in the School of Law that supports the application of sophisticated empirical methodology to legal studies research. The Center also provides institutional research support to the School of Law. The Center had 3 full time staff, 1 post-doctoral fellow, and 3 graduate student associates, along with a $400,000 annual budget (FY14). The Founding Director had responsibility for the center’s operation. Major accomplishments: launched the center and defined its mission; provided support for faculty research projects, including the Civil Rights Litigation Clearinghouse, the EEOC Litigation Project, and the Supreme Court Database; obtained grant support from the National Science Foundation; conducted analyses of student employment outcomes, bar passage, financial aid, and school rankings data; and, implemented a university-wide system to catalog all international university activity. Member of university-wide ad hoc U.S. News Best Colleges Review Committee.

Director of Graduate Studies, Department of Political Science, Arts & Sciences, Washington University, 2003-2005.

The Director of Graduate Studies had responsibility for the curriculum and academic progress of 45 Ph.D. students, working in collaboration with the Department Chair and the Dean of the Graduate School of Arts & Sciences (FY05). Major accomplishments: revised curriculum and restructured administration of the graduate program to decrease time to degree and improve student outcomes, including formal annual evaluation of each student by the entire faculty; coordinated proactive marketing of graduate students for academic and non-academic positions; and, instituted summer funding to enhance professional development for all students. Member of school-wide Task Force on Graduate Education.

Research

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Books

Lee Epstein and Andrew D. Martin. 2014. An Introduction to Empirical Legal Research. Oxford University Press.  http://empiricallegalresearch.org/

Barry Friedman, Andrew D. Martin, Tom Clark, Anna Harvey, Margaret H. Lemos, and Allison Orr Larson. Judicial Decisionmaking. Book manuscript in preparation.

Articles

Thomas B. Bennett, Barry Friedman, Andrew D. Martin, and Susan Navarro Smelcer. n.d. “Divide & Concur: Separate Opinions & Legal Change.” Cornell Law Review, forthcoming.

Rebecca L. Brown and Andrew D. Martin. 2015. “‘Rhetoric and Reality’: Testing the Harm of Campaign Spending.” New York University Law Review. 90: 1066-1094. [PDF]

Peter Wiedenbeck, Rachael Hinkle, and Andrew D. Martin. 2013. “Invisible Pension Investments.” Virginia Tax Review. 32: 591-702. [PDF]

Michael J. Nelson, Rachel Paine Caufield, and Andrew D. Martin. 2013. “OH, MI: On Empirical Examinations of Judicial Elections.” State Politics & Policy Quarterly. 13: 495-511. [PDF]

Rachael K. Hinkle, Jonathan Shaub, Emerson Tiller, and Andrew D. Martin. 2012. “The Execution of Judicial Discourse: A Positive Political Theory and Empirical Analysis of Strategic Word Choice in District Court Opinions.” Journal of Legal Analysis. 4: 407-444. [PDF]

Xun Pang, Barry Friedman, Andrew D. Martin, and Kevin M. Quinn. 2012. “Endogenous Jurisprudential Regimes.” Political Analysis. 20: 417-436. [PDF]

Lee Epstein and Andrew D. Martin. 2012. “Is the Roberts Court Especially Activist? A Study of Invalidating (and Upholding) Federal, State, and Local Laws.” Emory Law Journal. 61: 737-758. [PDF]

Clifford J. Carrubba, Barry Friedman, Andrew D. Martin, and Georg Vanberg. 2012. “Who Controls the Content of Supreme Court Opinions?” American Journal of Political Science. 56: 400-412. [PDF]

Lee Epstein and Andrew D. Martin. 2011. “Does Public Opinion Influence the Supreme Court?: Probably Yes (But We’re Not Sure Why).” University of Pennsylvania Journal of Constitutional Law. 13: 263-281. [PDF]

Andrew D. Martin, Kevin M. Quinn, and Jong Hee Park. 2011. “MCMCpack: Markov chain Monte Carlo in R.” Journal of Statistical Software. 42(9): 1-21. [PDF]

Daniel Pemstein, Kevin M. Quinn, and Andrew D. Martin. 2011. “The Scythe Statistical Library: An Open Source C++ Library for Statistical Computation.” Journal of Statistical Software. 42(12): 1-26. [PDF]

Christina L. Boyd, Lee Epstein, and Andrew D. Martin. 2010. “Untangling the Causal Effects of Sex on Judging.” American Journal of Political Science. 54: 389-411. [PDF]

Pauline Kim, Margo Schlanger, Christina L. Boyd, and Andrew D. Martin. 2009. “How Should We Study District Court Decision-Making?” Journal of Law and Policy. 29: 83-112. [PDF]

Lee Epstein, Andrew D. Martin, Kevin M. Quinn, and Jeffrey A. Segal. 2009. “Circuit Effects: How the Norm of Federal Judicial Experience Biases the Supreme Court.” University of Pennsylvania Law Review. 157: 101-146. [PDF]

Lee Epstein, Andrew D. Martin, Kevin M. Quinn, and Jeffrey A. Segal. 2008. “The Bush Imprint on the Supreme Court: Why Conservatives Should Continue to Yearn and Liberals Should Not Fear.” Tulsa Law Review. 43: 651-672. [PDF]

Lee Epstein, Kevin Quinn, Andrew D. Martin, and Jeffrey A. Segal. 2008. “On the Perils of Drawing Inferences about Supreme Court Justices from their First Few Years of Service.”Judicature. 91: 168-179. [PDF]

Lee Epstein, Andrew D. Martin, Kevin M. Quinn, and Jeffrey A. Segal. 2007. “Ideological Drift Among Supreme Court Justices: Who, When, and How Important?” Northwestern University Law Review. 101: 1483-1542. [PDF]

An abbreviated version of this paper appears in 101 Northwestern University Law Review Colloquy 127 (2007).

Lee Epstein, Andrew D. Martin, and Christina L. Boyd. 2007. “On the Effective Communication of the Results of Empirical Studies, Part II.” Vanderbilt University Law Review. 60: 801-846. [PDF]

Andrew D. Martin and Kevin M. Quinn. 2007. “Assessing Preference Change on the U.S. Supreme Court.” Journal of Law, Economics, and Organization. 23: 365-385. [PDF]

Lee Epstein, Andrew D. Martin, Jeffrey A. Segal, and Chad Westerland. 2007. “The Judicial Common Space.” Journal of Law, Economics, and Organization. 23: 303-325. [PDF]

Edith Chen, Andrew D. Martin, and Karen A. Matthews. 2007. “Childhood Socioeconomic Trajectories and Children’s Health.” Pediatrics. 120: 297-303. [PDF]

Edith Chen, Andrew D. Martin, and Karen A. Matthews. 2007. “Issues in Exploring Variation in Childhood Socioeconomic Gradients By Age: A Response to Case, Paxson, and Vogl.”Social Science and Medicine. 64: 762-764. [PDF]

Lee Epstein, Andrew D. Martin, and Matthew M. Schneider. 2006. “On the Effective Communication of the Results of Empirical Studies, Part I.” Vanderbilt University Law Review. 59: 1811-1871. [PDF]

Lisa Baldez, Lee Epstein, and Andrew D. Martin. 2006. “Does the U.S. Constitution Need an ERA?” Journal of Legal Studies. 35: 243-283. [PDF]

Andrew D. Martin and Kevin M. Quinn. 2006. “Applied Bayesian Inference in R using MCMCpack.” R News. 6: 2-7. [PDF]

Edith Chen, Andrew D. Martin, and Karen A. Matthews. 2006. “Understanding Health Disparities: The Role of Race and Socioeconomic Status in Children’s Health.” American Journal of Public Health. 96: 702-708. [PDF]

Edith Chen, Andrew D. Martin, and Karen A. Matthews. 2006. “Socioeconomic Status and Health: Understanding Gradients Across Childhood and Adolescence.” Social Science and Medicine. 62: 2161-2170. [PDF]

Andrew D. Martin, Kevin M. Quinn, and Lee Epstein. 2005. “The Median Justice on the U.S. Supreme Court.” North Carolina Law Review. 83: 1275-1321. [PDF]

Workshop on Empirical Research in the Law. 2005. “On Tournaments for Appointing Justices to the U.S. Supreme Court.” Southern California Law Review. 78: 157-178. [PDF]

Andrew D. Martin, Kevin M. Quinn, Pauline T. Kim, and Theodore W. Ruger. 2004. “Competing Approaches to Predicting Supreme Court Decisionmaking.” Perspectives on Politics. 2: 761-767. [PDF]

Theodore W. Ruger, Pauline T. Kim, Andrew D. Martin, and Kevin M. Quinn. 2004. “The Supreme Court Forecasting Project: Legal and Political Science Approaches to Predicting Supreme Court Decision-Making.” Columbia Law Review. 104: 1150-1209. [PDF]

Lee Epstein, Andrew D. Martin, Lisa Baldez, and Tasina Nitzschke. 2004. “Constitutional Sex Discrimination.” Tennessee Journal of Law and Policy. 1: 11-68. [PDF]

Lee Epstein and Andrew D. Martin. 2003. “Does Age (Really) Matter?: A Response to Manning, Carroll, and Carp.” Social Science Quarterly. 85: 19-30. [PDF]

Lee Epstein, Jack Knight, and Andrew D. Martin. 2003. “The Norm of Prior Judicial Experience and Its Consequences for the U.S. Supreme Court.” California Law Review. 91: 903-966. [PDF]

Andrew D. Martin. 2003. “Bayesian Inference for Heterogeneous Event Counts.” Sociological Methods and Research. 32: 30-63. [PDF]

Andrew D. Martin, Gary Miller, and Norman J. Schofield. 2003. “Critical Elections and Political Realignments in the United States: 1860-2000.” Political Studies. 51: 217-240. [PDF]

Lee Epstein, Jack Knight, and Andrew D. Martin. 2003. “The Childress Lecture Symposium: The Political (Science) Context of Judging.” St. Louis University Law Journal. 47: 783-817. [PDF]

Kevin M. Quinn and Andrew D. Martin. 2002. “An Integrated Computational Model of Multiparty Electoral Competition.” Statistical Science. 17: 405-419. [PDF]

Andrew D. Martin and Kevin M. Quinn. 2002. “Dynamic Ideal Point Estimation via Markov Chain Monte Carlo for the U.S. Supreme Court, 1953-1999.” Political Analysis. 10:134-153. [PDF]

Andrew D. Martin. 2001. “Congressional Decision Making and the Separation of Powers.” American Political Science Review. 95: 361-378. [PDF]

Lee Epstein, Jack Knight, and Andrew D. Martin. 2001. “Dahl Symposium: The Supreme Court as a Strategic National Policymaker.” Emory Law Journal. 50: 583-611. [PDF]

Andrew D. Martin and Christina Wolbrecht. 2000. “Partisanship and Pre-Floor Behavior: The Equal Rights and School Prayer Amendments.” Political Research Quarterly. 53: 711-730. [PDF]

Robert H. Durr, Andrew D. Martin, and Christina Wolbrecht. 2000. “Ideological Divergence and Public Support for the Supreme Court.” American Journal of Political Science. 44: 768-776. [PDF]

Kevin M. Quinn, Andrew D. Martin, and Andrew B. Whitford. 1999. “Voter Choice in Multi-Party Democracies: A Test of Competing Theories and Models.” American Journal of Political Science. 43: 1231-1247. [PDF]

Timothy R. Johnson and Andrew D. Martin. 1998. “The Public’s Conditional Response to Supreme Court Decisions.” American Political Science Review. 92: 299-310. [PDF]

Norman J. Schofield, Andrew D. Martin, Kevin M. Quinn, and Andrew B. Whitford. 1998. “Multiparty Electoral Competition in the Netherlands and Germany: A Model Based on Multinomial Probit.” Public Choice. 97: 257-293. [PDF]

Reprinted in Melvin Hinich and Michael Munger (eds.). 1999. Empirical Studies in Comparative Politics. Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic Publishers.

Andrew D. Martin, Te-min Chang, Rex K. Kincaid, and Yeuhwern Yih. 1998. “Using Tabu Search to Determine the Number of Kanbans and Lotsizes in a Generic Kanban System.”Annals of Operations Research. 78: 201-217. [PDF]

Andrew D. Martin and Kevin M. Quinn. 1996. “Using Computational Methods to Perform Counterfactual Analyses of Formal Theories.” Rationality and Society. 8: 295-323. [PDF]

Rex K. Kincaid, Jeffrey A. Hinkley, and Andrew D. Martin. 1995. “Heuristic Search for the Polymer Straightening Problem.” Computational Polymer Science. 5: 1-5. [PDF]

Book Chapters, Notes, and Miscellany

Lee Epstein, James L. Gibson, and Andrew D. Martin. n.d. “Using Databases to Study Constitutional Law.” In Handbook of Research Methods in Constitutional Law (David Law, ed.). Cheltenham, United Kingdom: Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd., forthcoming.

Lee Epstein, Jack Knight, and Andrew D. Martin. 2015. “Some Ideas on How Political Scientists Can Develop Real World Implications From Their Research (Without Becoming Policy Wonks or Law Professors).” In Making Law and Courts Research Relevant: The Normative Implications of Empirical Research (Brandon L. Bartels and Chris W. Bonneau, eds.). New York: Routledge.

Andrew D. Martin and Morgan L.W. Hazelton. 2012. “What Political Science Can Contribute to the Study of Law.” Review of Law & Economics. 8: 511-529. [PDF]

Lee Epstein, Andrew D. Martin, Kevin M. Quinn, and Jeffrey A Segal. 2012. “Ideology and the Study of Judicial Behavior.” In Ideology, Psychology, and Law (John Hanson, ed.). Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Andrew D. Martin. 2012. Expert Report for South Carolina v. Holder. United States District Court for the District of Columbia.

Donald P. Green, Andrew D. Martin, Michael Munger, Kyle L. Saunders, and Robert Y. Shapiro. 2012. Amicus brief for the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit in Many Cultures, One Message, et al., v. Jim Clements, et al. (No. 11-36008). [PDF]

Barry Friedman and Andrew D. Martin. 2011. “Looking for Law in All the Wrong Places: Some Suggestions for Modeling Legal Decisionmaking.” In What’s Law Got to Do With It? What Judges Do, Why They Do It, & What’s at Stake (Charles Geyh, ed.). Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press.

Morgan L. W. Hazelton, Rachael K. Hinkle, and Andrew D. Martin. 2010. “On Replication and the Study of the Louisiana Supreme Court.” Global Jurist. 10: 85-91. [PDF]

Andrew D. Martin and Kyle L. Saunders. 2010. Expert Report for Idaho Republican Party, et al., v. Ben Ysursa. United States District Court for the District of Idaho.

Lee Epstein and Andrew D. Martin. 2010. “Doing ELS Research: Quantitative Approaches to ELS Research.” In Oxford Handbook on Empirical Legal Research (Peter Cane and Herbert Kritzer, eds.). Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Barry Friedman and Andrew D. Martin. 2010. “A One-Track Senate.” New York Times. March 10, 2010, A27.

Andrew D. Martin. 2009. “Is Judicial Politics Suffering from an Identity Crisis?” Law & Courts. 19: 5-6.

Andrew D. Martin. 2009. “Decision-Making in the Federal Courts: Introduction.” Journal of Law and Policy. 29: 1-3.

Epstein, Lee, Christina L. Boyd, and Andrew D. Martin. 2008. “The Court(s) and the Election.” Miller-McCune. Volume 1, October.

Andrew D. Martin. 2008. “Bayesian Analysis.” In Oxford Handbook of Political Methodology (Janet M. Box-Steffensmeier, Henry E. Brady, and David Collier, eds.). Oxford: Oxford University Press.

R. Michael Alvarez, Lonna Rae Atkeson, Delia Bailey, Thad E. Hall, and Andrew D. Martin. 2007. Amicus brief for the United States Supreme Court in Crawford v. Marion County (No. 07-21). [PDF]

Andrew D. Martin. 2006. “Statutory Battles and Constitutional Wars: Congress and the Supreme Court.” In Institutional Games and the U.S. Supreme Court (Jon R. Bond, Roy B. Flemming, and James R. Rogers, eds.). Charlottesville: University of Virginia Press.

Jong Hee Park, Andrew D. Martin, and Kevin M. Quinn. 2005. “CRAN Task View: Bayesian Inference.” The Comprehensive R Archive Network. http://cran.r-project.org.

Andrew D. Martin, Kevin M. Quinn, and Lee Epstein. 2005. “The `Rehnquist’ Court (?).” Law and Courts. 15: 18-23. [PDF]

Lee Epstein and Andrew D. Martin. 2005. “Statistical Inference.” In Encyclopedia of Law and Society (David C. Clark, ed.). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. [PDF]

Lee Epstein and Andrew D. Martin. 2004. “Coding Variables.” In Encyclopedia of Social Measurement (Kimberly Kempf-Leonard, ed.). New York: Academic Press. [PDF]

Lee Epstein, Jack Knight, and Andrew D. Martin. 2004. “Constitutional Interpretation from a Strategic Perspective.” In Making Policy, Making Law: An Inter-Branch Perspective (Mark C. Miller and Jeb Barnes, eds.). Washington, DC: Georgetown University Press.

Andrew D. Martin and Kevin A. Croker. 2004. “Clustered Computing for Political Science.” The Political Methodologist. 12: 2-5. [PDF]

Andrew D. Martin. 2002. “LATEX For the Rest of Us.” The Political Methodologist. 10: 16-18. [PDF]

Andrew D. Martin and Brian E. Spang. 2001. “A Case Study of Third Party Presidential Campaign Organizations: Virginians for Perot.” In Ross for Boss: The Perot Phenomena and Beyond (Ted G. Jelen, ed.). Albany: State University Press of New York.

Andrew D. Martin and Kevin M. Quinn. 1996. “A Review of Discrete Optimization Heuristics.” The Political Methodologist. 7: 6-10. [PDF]

Research Grants

External

National Science Foundation SES-0921869, SES-0923665, SES-0919149, and SES-0918613. “Collaborative Research: Backdating the U.S. Supreme Court Judicial Database” (with Lee Epstein, Northwestern University, Harold J. Spaeth, Michigan State University, Theodore Ruger, University of Pennsylvania, Jeffrey A. Segal SUNY Stony Brook, and Keith Whittington, Princeton University). Law and Social Sciences. September 2009-August 2013. Co-Principal Investigator ($874,227 total).

National Science Foundation SES-0918320. “Doctoral Dissertation Research: Discrete Time-Series Cross-Section Models of Political Economy” (Doctoral Dissertation Grant for Xun Pang). Methodology, Measurement, and Statistics. September 2009-August 2010. Principal Investigator ($7,000).

American Bar Association. “Employment Discrimination Class Action Injunctions: Terms and Trends” (with Margo Schlanger and Pauline Kim). Litigation Section. December 2008-June 2009. Co-Principal Investigator ($12,000).

National Science Foundation SES-0818751. “Doctoral Dissertation Research: Placing Federal District Courts in the Judicial Hierarchy” (Doctoral Dissertation Grant for Christina L. Boyd). Law and Social Sciences. July 2008-June 2009. Principal Investigator ($11,154).

National Science Foundation SES-0751966. “Updating and Backdating the U.S. Supreme Court Judicial Database” (with Lee Epstein, Northwestern University, and Harold J. Spaeth, Michigan State University). Law and Social Sciences Program. May 2008-May 2009. Co-Principal Investigator ($120,000 total).

National Science Foundation SES-0751670, SES-0751796, and SES-0751340, and supplements SES-0946908 and SES-0946906. “Collaborative Research: A Cross-National Study of Judicial Institutionalization and Influence” (with Matthew J. Gabel, Washington University, Gretchen Helmke, University of Rochester, and Clifford J. Carrubba and Jeffrey K. Staton, Emory University). Law and Social Sciences Program. April 2008-September 2010. Principal Investigator ($182,522 total).

National Science Foundation SES-0718831. “The Litigation Process in Government-Initiated Employment Discrimination Suits” (with Pauline Kim and Margo Schlanger, Washington University). Law and Social Sciences Program. July 2007-June 2009. Co-Principal Investigator ($213,999).

MacArthur Foundation. “Dynamic Models of Socioeconomic Status and Child Health” (with Edith Chen, University of British Columbia). Research Network on Socioeconomic Status and Health. June 2005-June 2006. Statistician ($28,100).

National Science Foundation SES-0350646 and SES-0350613. “Collaborative Research: A Computational Environment for Bayesian Inference in the Social Sciences” (with Kevin M. Quinn, Harvard University). Methodology, Measurement, and Statistics Program. May 2004-May 2007 (with REU Supplement). Principal Investigator ($246,010 total).

National Institutes of Health #1 R03 HD43652-01A1, “Socioeconomic Status and Respiratory / Cardiovascular Health” (with Edith Chen, University of British Columbia). Small Grant Program (Data Analysis), National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute. July 2003-June 2004. Statistician ($54,000 total).

National Science Foundation SES-0135855 and SES-0136679, “Collaborative Research: The Dimensions of Supreme Court Decision Making, 1946-2000” (with Kevin M. Quinn, University of Washington). Law and Social Sciences and Methodology, Measurement, and Statistics Programs. February 2002-January 2003 (with REU and REG Supplements). Principal Investigator ($94,661 total).

Internal

Weidenbaum Center Small Research Grant, Washington University. “The Effects of Race and Gender on Judging” (with Lee Epstein). January 2005-January 2006. Co-principal Investigator ($6,000).

Weidenbaum Center Small Research Grant, Washington University. “Pilot Study: Understanding Precedent and the U.S. Supreme Court.” January 2003-August 2004. Principal Investigator ($7,600).

Weidenbaum Center Small Research Grant, Washington University. “The Dynamics of Supreme Court Decision Making, 1946-2000.” October 2001-August 2002. Principal Investigator ($9,700).

Software & Data Resources

Pauline Kim, Margo Schlanger, and Andrew D. Martin. 2012-present. Equal Employment Litigation Project. This project collects and analyzes data on federal court litigation brought between 1997 and 2006 by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC). The data capture various aspects of the agency’s litigation activities, including detailed information regarding the participants, motions, events, and outcomes. http://eeoclitigation.wustl.edu.

Andrew D. Martin, Morgan L. W. Hazelton, and Michael J. Nelson. 2009-2011. The Judicial Elections Data Initiative. JEDI is a collection of data on elections to state courts of last resort from 1990 to the present in an effort to facilitate replication efforts and to stimulate new research in the area of state judicial selection. http://jedi.wustl.edu.

Harold J. Spaeth, Lee Epstein, Andrew D. Martin, Theodore W. Ruger, Jeffrey A. Segal, and Sara Benesh. 2008-present. The Supreme Court Database. The Supreme Court Database is the definitive data source for researchers, students, journalists, and citizens interested in the U.S. Supreme Court. http://supremecourtdatabase.org.

Andrew D. Martin, Kevin M. Quinn, and Jong Hee Park. 2003-present. “Markov chain Monte Carlo (MCMC) Package.” The Comprehensive R Archive Network. http://cran.r-project.org. MCMCpack contains functions for Bayesian posterior simulation using Markov chain Monte Carlo methods for a number of statistical models.

Daniel B. Pemstein, Andrew D. Martin, and Kevin M. Quinn. 2001-present. “Scythe Statistical Library.” http://scythe.berkeley.edu. Scythe is a C++ library for statistical computation that contains matrix manipulation functions, random number generators, and numerical optimizers. Scythe can be used with the GNU Compiler Collection (GCC) compilers.

Honors & Awards

Lasting Contribution Award. 2016. American Political Science Associate Law & Courts Section for “Dynamic Ideal Point Estimation via Markov Chain Monte Carlo for the U.S. Supreme Court, 1953-1999” (with Kevin M. Quinn).

Distinguished Faculty Award. 2013. Alumni Board of Governors. Washington University.

Statistical Software Award (for MCMCpack, with Kevin M. Quinn and Jong Hee Park). 2013. Society for Political Methodology.

Elected Fellow of the Society for Political Methodology. 2012.

Outstanding Faculty Mentor Award. 2011. Graduate School of Arts & Sciences. Washington University.

Special Recognition for Excellence in Mentoring. 2010. Graduate School of Arts & Sciences. Washington University.

Special Recognition for Excellence in Mentoring. 2009. Graduate School of Arts & Sciences. Washington University.

Exemplary Legal Writing Honoree. 2008. Green Bag. For “On The Perils of Drawing Inferences About Supreme Court Justices from Their First Few Years of Service” published in Judicature.

Special Recognition for Excellence in Mentoring. 2008. Graduate School of Arts & Sciences. Washington University.

Pi Sigma Alpha Award (for the best paper delivered at the 2007 meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association). 2008. For “Untangling the Causal Effects of Sex on Judging” (with Christina L. Boyd and Lee Epstein).

Special Recognition for Excellence in Mentoring. 2007. Graduate School of Arts & Sciences. Washington University.

Inclusion in Oxford’s Centenary Celebration Volume (of one hundred seminal journal articles). 2006. “Dynamic Ideal Point Estimation via Markov Chain Monte Carlo for the US. Supreme Court, 1953-1999” from Political Analysis (with Kevin M. Quinn).

Special Recognition for Excellence in Mentoring. 2005. Graduate School of Arts & Sciences. Washington University.

Harold Gosnell Prize (for the best work of political methodology presented at a political science conference). 2001. Political Methodology Section of the American Political Science Association for “Bayesian Learning about Ideal Points of U.S. Supreme Court Justices, 1953-1999” (with Kevin M. Quinn).

Erdös Number: 3 (Martin to Schofield to Tovey to Erdös)

Program on Human Security Research Scholar. 2000-2002. Center for Basic Research in the Social Sciences. Harvard University.

Mancur Olson Award (for the best dissertation on political economy). 1999. Political Economy Section of the American Political Science Association.

“Best Professors on Campus.” 1999. Stony Brook Press.

Post-Doctoral Fellow. 1998-2000. Center in Political Economy. Washington University.

Honorable Mention for Congressional Quarterly Press Award (for best paper on law and courts by a graduate student). 1996. Judicial Politics Section of the American Political Science Association for Timothy R. Johnson and Andrew D. Martin, “The Public’s Conditional Response to Supreme Court Decisions.”

Teaching & Learning

University of Michigan

The Politics of Judging. Fall 2015, Fall 2016, Fall 2017 (scheduled). Undergraduate.

Washington University, Law

Judicial Decision-Making Seminar. Spring 2010, Fall 2010, Fall 2012.

The Politics of the U.S. Supreme Court. Spring 2008.

Social Scientific Research for Lawyers. Fall 2007, Fall 2008.

Law and Politics Seminar (co-taught with Lee Epstein and Nancy Staudt). Fall 2004, Spring 2006.

Conducting Empirical Legal Scholarship Workshop (co-taught with Lee Epstein). Washington University School of Law. May 2002, October 2002, May 2004, May 2005. Vanderbilt University School of Law. May 2005. Northwestern University School of Law and Washington University School of Law. May 2006, May 2007, June 2008, May 2009, May 2010, May 2011. USC Gould School of Law and Washington University School of Law. May 2012, May 2013, June 2014. The American Association of Law Libraries. July 2008, July 2009.

Economics Institute for Judges (co-taught with Lee Epstein). Judicial Education Program. Searle Center. Northwestern University School of Law. November 2008, February 2009, April 2009, October 2009, November 2009, April 2010, May 2010, October 2010, November 2010, April 2011, May 2011.

AGEP Public Policy Institute (co-taught with Lee Epstein). Attorneys General Education Program. Searle Center. Northwestern University School of Law. June 2009, November 2009, June 2010, October 2010.

Conducting Empirical Legal Scholarship Workshop: The Advanced Course (co-taught with Lee Epstein). Northwestern University School of Law and Washington University School of Law. February 2007, October 2008, February 2011.

Washington University, Political Science

Quantitative Political Methodology I. Spring 2001, Spring 2002, Spring 2003. Graduate.

Quantitative Political Methodology II. Fall 2001, Fall 2003. Graduate.

Quantitative Political Methodology III. Fall 2000, Spring 2002, Spring 2003, Spring 2005, Spring 2006. Graduate.

Bayesian Inference. Fall 2004. Graduate.

Topics in Quantitative Political Methodology: Statistical Modeling. Spring 2009, Spring 2011, Spring 2013, Spring 2015 (scheduled). Graduate.

Quantitative Political Methodology (Applied Statistics I). Spring 2002, Fall 2002, Fall 2003, Fall 2004, Fall 2005, Fall 2009. Undergraduate.

Topics in American Politics: Judicial Decisionmaking.  Spring 2014. Undergraduate.

U.S. Congress. Spring 2001. Graduate.

Theoretical and Methodological Foundations (co-taught with Randall Calvert). Empirical Implications of Theoretical Models Summer Institute. Weidenbaum Center. Washington University. June 2003, June 2004, June 2005, June 2006, June 2007, June 2008, June 2009, June 2010. Graduate.

Theoretical and Methodological Foundations (co-taught with Randall Calvert). Empirical Implications of Theoretical Models Summer Institute. University of Mannheim. June 2009, June 2010, June 2011, June 2012. Graduate.

SUNY Stony Brook

American Government. Fall 1999. Undergraduate.

Applied Data Analysis II. Spring 1999, Spring 2000. Graduate.

Graphical Analysis in Political Science. Spring 1999, Fall 1999. Undergraduate.

Legislative Process. Fall 1998. Graduate.

University College, Washington University

American Policies and Politics (with Brady Baybeck). Fall 1996. Undergraduate.

Dissertation and Thesis Advising

Ph.D. Dissertation Committee Chair for Jong Hee Park (Seoul National University, completed 2007, co-chair), Christina L. Boyd (University of Georgia, completed 2009), Xun Pang (Tsinghua University, completed 2010, co-chair), Yael Shomer (University of Tel Aviv, completed 2010, co-chair), Rachael Hinkle (University of Maryland, Baltimore County, completed 2013, co-chair), Morgan L. W. Hazelton (St. Louis University, completed 2014, co-chair), and Michael J. Nelson (Penn State University, completed 2014).

Ph.D. Dissertation Committee Member for Jason Roberts (University of North Carolina, completed 2005), Martin Battle (Murray State University, completed 2006), Scott Hendrickson (Creighton University, completed 2006), René Lindstädt (University of Essex, completed 2006), Ryan Vander Wielen (Temple University, completed 2006), Ryan Owens (University of Wisconsin, completed 2008), Gyung-Ho Jeong (Claremont Graduate University, completed 2008) Anthony Madonna (University of Georgia, completed 2008), Ryan C. Black (Michigan State University, completed 2009), Hong Min Park (University of Alabama, completed 2010), Michael Malecki (YouGov, completed 2010), Amanda Driscoll (Florida State University, completed 2012), Diana O’Brien (Indiana University, completed 2012), Santiago Olivella (University of North Carolina, completed 2013), Mi Jeong Shin (TBD, completed 2016), and Alicia Uribe (University of Illinois, completed 2014).

Ph.D. Dissertation Examining Committee Member for Adriana Adriana Crespo-Tenorio (New York Times, completed 2013).

Undergraduate Honor’s Thesis Advisor for: Ann Gilpin (2004-2005), Ashley Malnove (2004-2005), Nicholas Hershman (2003-2004), Kerry Rheinstein (2008-2009), Eve Van Sice (2003-2004).

Master’s Thesis Committee for Andreas Hertkorn (completed 2004).

Ph.D. Dissertation Committee Member for Jack Buckley (Commissioner, National Center for Education Statistics, completed 2003, SUNY Stony Brook).

Post-Doctoral Advising

K. Elizabeth Coggins (Ph.D., University of North Carolina, Political Science). 2013-2014.

Patrick Wohlfarth, Assistant Professor of Government and Politics, University of Maryland (Ph.D., University of North Carolina, Political Science). 2010-2011.

Mark Ramirez, Assistant Professor of Political Science, Arizona State University (Ph.D., Texas A&M University, Political Science). 2009-2010.

Delia Bailey, YouGov/Polimetrix (Ph.D., California Institute of Technology, Political Science). 2007-2009.

Anton Westveld, Assistant Professor of Statistics, University of Arizona (Ph.D., University of Washington, Statistics). 2007.

Professional Activities

Service

Reviewer. American Journal of Political ScienceAmerican Political Science ReviewAmerican Politics ResearchAnnals of Applied StatisticsAsian Journal of Comparative LawBritish Journal of Political ScienceBusiness and PoliticsCanadian Journal of Political ScienceComputational StatisticsElectoral StudiesEuropean Union PoliticsForeign Policy Analysis;Journal of the American Statistical AssociationJournal of Computational and Graphical StatisticsJournal of Empirical Legal StudiesJournal of Law and CourtsJournal of Law, Economics, and OrganizationJournal of Legal StudiesJournal of Legal AnalysisJournal of PoliticsJournal of the Royal Statistical Society (Series A)Journal of Theoretical Politics;Journal of Women, Politics, and PolicyJudicatureLaw and PolicyLaw and Social InquiryLaw and Society ReviewLegislative Studies QuarterlyNorthwestern Law Review;Perspectives on PoliticsPolitical AnalysisPolitical PsychologyPolitical Research QuarterlyPublic Opinion Quarterly R NewsSocial Science QuarterlySociological Methods and ResearchStanford Law ReviewStrategic Management JournalWashington University Law Review; Economic and Social Research Council (E-Social Science); National Science Foundation (Political Science; Law and Social Science; Methodology, Measurement, and Statistics; Interop); Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada; Cambridge University Press; Center for Basic Research in the Social Sciences; Chapman & Hall; Elsevier Science / Academic Press; Jewish Federation of St. Louis; Nuffield Foundation; U.S. Civilian Research and Development Foundation; Westview Press; Wiley.

Committee Chair. Society for Political Methodology Poster Award. 2013. Political Methodology Section of the American Political Science Association.

Academic Council. Schwarzenegger Institute for State and Global Policy. University of Southern California. 2012-present.

Editorial Board. Political Analysis. 2005-2007, 2013-present.

Member. Law School Admission Council Grants Subcommittee. 2011-2014.

Chair. Law & Social Sciences Section of the Association of American Law Schools. 2009-2010.

Member. Political Methodology Software Award Committee, Society for Political Methodology. 2008-2012.

Chair Elect. Law & Social Sciences Section of the Association of American of Law Schools. 2008-2009.

Associate Editor (Acting co-Editor August-December 2009). Political Analysis. 2007-2009.

Long-Term Planning Committee for the Society for Political Methodology. 2008-2010.

Panelist. 2007. National Science Foundation, Human and Social Dynamics Competition.

Executive committee of the Law & Social Sciences Section of the Association of American of Law Schools. 2006-2008.

Editorial Board. Legislative Studies Quarterly. 2006-2008.

Webmaster. Political Methodology Section of the American Political Science Association. 2003-2014. Supervised design and implementation of: http://polmeth.wustl.edu

Program Committee. 2005-2006. useR!: The R User Conference 2006. Austrian Association for Statistical Computing and the R Foundation for Statistical Computing.

Panelist. 2005. National Science Foundation, Human and Social Dynamics Competition, Exploratory and Research Community Development Panel.

Panelist. 2004. National Science Foundation, Human and Social Dynamics Competition, Social and Political Change Panel.

Program Committee. 2004 Annual Meeting of the Society for Political Methodology Society.

[H-]POLMETH Editor. 2003-2005. Political Methodology Section of the American Political Science Association.

Award Committee. Society for Political Methodology Poster Award. 2003. Political Methodology Section of the American Political Science Association.

Award Committee. Best Dissertation Award. 2002-2003. Political Economy Section of the American Political Science Association.

University Activities

University of Michigan

Chair. College of Literature, Science, and the Arts Dean’s Cabinet. 2014-present.

Member. Academic Planning Group. 2014-present.

Member. Academic Planning Group, Development Subcommittee. 2014-present.

Member. ADVANCE Steering Committee. 2014-present.

Member. President’s Advisory Group on Faculty Diversity. 2014-present.

Member. Weiser Center for Emerging Democracies Policy Board. 2014-present.

Member. UMILA (University of Michigan Institutional Learning Analytics) Steering Committee. 2015-present.

Member. Alternative Revenue Working Group. 2016-present.

Chair. Vice President for Communications Search Committee. 2016-2017.

Member. Diversity Executive Leadership Team for Academic Affairs (DELTAA). 2015-2016.