Skip to main content

Tracey George

TIPSHEET: Vanderbilt experts can talk about Supreme Court justice search

Apr. 28, 2010—As the Obama administration researches candidates to succeed retiring Supreme Court justice John Paul Stevens, Vanderbilt experts are ready to weigh in on Justice Stevens, the Supreme Court and the list of potential nominees.

Read more


Politics and the changing face of the Supreme and appellate courts

May. 21, 2009—Empirical research from Vanderbilt professor of law and political science Tracey George shows how the United States court system, especially the Supreme Court and the Court of Appeals, could dramatically change under the Obama Administration.

Read more


Video: Tracey George soundbite on Sotomayor being a “safe” candidate

May. 21, 2009—Watch video of Vanderbilt professor of law and political science Tracey George explaining how Sonia Sotomayor's characteristics, such as race and gender, could impact the nomination process and why she's a “safe” candidate.

Read more


Video: Tracey George soundbite on Obama’s influence on lower federal courts

May. 21, 2009—Watch video of Vanderbilt professor of law and political science Tracey George explaining why President Obama could have a bigger influence through the lower federal courts and why Obama isn't having much luck nominating Federal judges right now.

Read more


Video: Tracey George soundbite on justices being “political”

May. 21, 2009—Watch video of Vanderbilt professor of law and political science Tracey George giving her opinion on why there's so much controversy surrounding justices being “political.”

Read more


Video: Tracey George soundbite on the best way to choose a Supreme Court nominee

May. 21, 2009—Watch Vanderbilt professor of law and political science Tracey George explaining the best way to choose a Supreme Court nominee and who she thinks would be the best candidate.

Read more


VIEW MORE EVENTS >