Dr Paul Martin, Tutorial Fellow in Politics and CUF University Lecturer in Politics.
Paul Martin, Tutorial Fellow in Politics
Dr Paul Martin is Tutorial Fellow in Politics at Wadham College and CUF University Lecturer in PoliticsContact Paul Politics at Wadham
Research Areas and Interests
Paul’s research interests focus on the US Supreme Court and school desegregation; the courts, law, and technological change; the institutionalisation of the US Supreme Court and its consequences.
His previous posts include; University Lecturer in North American Politics, University of Cambridge, 2000-1; Fellow in SPS, Jesus College, Cambridge, 2000-1; and Prize Research Fellow, Nuffield College, Oxford 1999-2000. Paul was former Deputy Head of the University of Oxford Department of Politics and International Relations.
Patrick Schmidt and Paul Martin, "To the Internet and Beyond: The Presence of State Supreme Courts on the World Wide Web", Judicature 84 (6), May - June 2001.
The Rehnquist Court's Partial Revolution in R. Singh ed., U.S. Politics and Society Today: Cambridge: Polity Press, 2002.
The Right Result: attitudes, strategy and law in the narrative of Supreme Court decisions: Studies in American Political Development 17(2):168--184 (2003).
Paul Martin and Patrick Schmidt, "The New Public Face of Courts: State Judicial Systems and the Internet as Political Resource", Justice System 24 (1), 2003.