Cynthia Cates | Towson University

Education

Ph.D. Political Science,
University of Maryland,
College Park, 1992

M.A. in Political Science,
University of Maryland,
College Park, 1987

M.S. in Public Administration,
Illinois State University, 1977

B.S. in Political Science & History,
Illinois State University, 1972

Areas of Expertise

Public Law
Judicial Process
Judicial Behavior
Constitutional Law
Intergovernmental Relations
American Government

Selected Research/Publications

BOOKS

Multi-Party Litigation: The Strategic Context of Class Actions in the US, UK, Canada,
and Australia. (With Wayne V. McIntosh) University of British Columbia Press. 2009.
Law & the Web of Society. (With Wayne V. McIntosh) Georgetown University Press, 2001.

Judicial Entrepreneurship: The Role of the Judge in the Marketplace of Ideas. (with
Wayne V. McIntosh) Greenwood Press, 1997.

SELECTED ARTICLES

“The Reality of Jurisprudence(?): Interpretive Methods in the Opinions of Justices
Antonin Scalia and Stephen Breyer” (with Michael Evans, Wayne McIntosh) Justice System
Journal, Volume 36, January-March, 2015.

“Recounting the Courts? Applying Automated Content Analysis to Enhance Empirical Legal
Research” (with Michael Evans, et al) Journal of Empirical Legal Studies, Volume 4,
December 2008.

“Cigarettes, Firearms, and the New Litigation Wars: Smoking Guns Behind the Headlines
or How the ‘Haves’ Still ‘Come Out Ahead’,” in Hernson, et al (eds) The Interest Group
Connection. (with Wayne V. McIntosh) 2d edition. CQ Press, 2004.

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