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Professor McGuire teaches courses on the U.S. Supreme Court and American constitutional law.  His current research interests include psychological influences on the justices’ decisions, issue transformation on the Court’s agenda, measuring the ideology of the Court’s case outcomes over time, and compliance with judicial policy.

Office Hours, Spring 2021
Tuesday & Thursday, 11:00am – 12:30pm

Recent publications

Constitutional Law for a Changing America:  Rights, Liberties, and Justice, 11th ed.  With Lee Epstein and Thomas G. Walker.  Washington, DC: CQ Press.  (Forthcoming.)

Constitutional Law for a Changing America: A Short Course, 8th ed. 2020. With Lee Epstein and Thomas G. Walker.  Washington, DC: CQ Press.

“Anthony Kennedy and the 2017-18 Term of the U.S. Supreme Court.”  2018.  Washington, DC:  CQ Press.

“Birth Order, Preferences, and Norms on the U.S. Supreme Court.”  2015.  Law & Society Review 49:945-972.

“The Psychological Origins of a Constitutional Revolution:  The Supreme Court, Birth Order, and Nationalizing the Bill of Rights.”  2013.  Political Research Quarterly 66:441-453.