The Judicial Politics Series publishes theoretically and analytically rigorous manuscripts emphasizing the political analysis of judges and courts. Its coverage spans political jurisdictions and various levels of the judicial hierarchy. Manuscripts address fundamental theoretical concerns of broad interest to the field, including subjects such as institutional design, interbranch relations, decision making, impact, legitimacy, and performance. Regardless of methodological approach, manuscripts are unified by carefully executed research designs and rigorous analysis. Prospective authors should contact series editor Greg Goelzhauser or Editor-in-Chief Aaron Javsicas at Temple University Press to discuss their work for possible series inclusion.