- Measuring Judicial Activism (New York: Oxford University Press, 2009) (with Frank B. Cross).
- Consensus, Disorder, and Ideology on the Supreme Court, 9 Journal of Empirical Legal Studies 129 (2012) (with Paul H. Edelman & David E. Klein).
- Supreme Court Prequel: Justice Stevens on the Seventh Circuit [Symposium: The Legacy of Justice Stevens], 106 Northwestern University Law Review 715 (2012).
- The Multiple-Stage Process of Judicial Review: Facial and As-Applied Constitutional Challenges to Legislation Before the U.S. Supreme Court, 40 Journal of Legal Studies 467 (2011) (with Pamela C. Corley).
- Congress, the Supreme Court, and Judicial Review: Testing a Constitutional Separation of Powers Model, 55 American Journal of Political Science 89 (2011) (with Chad Westerland & Jeffrey A. Segal). View Article
- Countering the Majoritarian Difficulty, 96 Virginia Law Review 719 (2010) (with Amanda Frost). <http://www.utexas.edu/law/faculty/slindquist/Countering-the-Majoritarian-Difficulty.pdf>
- Judging 'Activism,' Austin American-Statesman, July 4, 2010, at F2.
- Judging the Judges, 58 Duke Law Journal 427 (2009) (with Frank B. Cross).
- Response: Psychology, Strategy, and Behavioral Equivalence, 158 PENNumbra 75 (2009) (with Wendy L. Martinek). <http://www.pennumbra.com/responses/11-2009/LindquistMartinek.pdf>
- Measuring Disordered Voting Patterns on the U.S. Supreme Court: Implications for the Attitudinal Model of Judicial Behavior, 5 Journal of Empirical Legal Studies 819 (2008) (with David Klein and Paul Edelman).
- Stare Decisis as Reciprocity Norm in What’s Law Got to Do With It? 173 (Charles Geyh, ed.; Stanford, Calif.: Stanford University Press, 2011).
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