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Shin-Kap Han and Ronald Brieger presented once "Switching and Stacking:
Network Multiplexity in the Supreme Court" but I do not know where it
????? Vincent Lepinay:
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> dear network specialists
> I am working on a couple of legal theories that have been commented by
> the US Supreme Court and I would be interested in reading studies of
> legal rulings citation networks. I am particularly interested in the
> double (or maybe not double) levels of citations between primary and
> secondary sources. The theories deal with cases of financial fraud,
> and economics is also brought into the picture, which complicates even
> more the picture.
> I am also interested in hearing from scholars who have tried such
> studies how they dealt with the retrieval of data (cases on lexis
> Nexis) when such data entailed thousands of references....
> Any reference would be most appreciated.
> Vincent Antonin Lepinay
> Assistant Professor
> Program in Science, Technology and Society
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