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Alicia B Uribe-McGuire

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Contact Information

435 David Kinley Hall

Office Hours

Tuesday, 10-12
Assistant Professor

Research Interests

American Institutions; Judicial Politics; Judicial Appointments; Computational Modeling


Ph.D. Washington University in St. Louis. 2014
A.M. Washington University in St. Louis. 2011
A.B. University of California, Davis. 2006

Awards and Honors

Best Graduate Student Paper. 2014. Law and Courts Section, American Political Science Association

Additional Campus Affiliations

Assistant Professor, Political Science

Recent Publications

Uribe-McGuire, A. (2023). Binders Full of Judges: A Model of the Interdependency of Appointments to the United States Federal Judiciary. Journal of Law and Courts, 11(2), 329-349.

Nelson, M. J., & Uribe-McGuire, A. (2017). Opportunity and Overrides: The Effect of Institutional Public Support on Congressional Overrides of Supreme Court Decisions. Political Research Quarterly, 70(3), 632-643.

Schnakenberg, K. E., Turner, I. R., & Uribe-McGuire, A. (2017). Allies or commitment devices? A model of appointments to the Federal Reserve. Economics and Politics, 29(2), 118-132.

Uribe, A., Spriggs, J. F., & Hansford, T. G. (2014). The Influence of Congressional Preferences on Legislative Overrides of Supreme Court Decisions. Law and Society Review, 48(4), 921-945.

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