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The story of interest-group activity in state judicial selection has many similarities to the activity covered in the preceding section, but it is a more difficult story to tell.
With those caveats in mind, the story of state judicial selection and interest-group activity does have many parallels to that of federal judicial selection.
one is that, as with federal judicial selection, interest-group activity has not been the sole factor driving the increased visibility of state judicial selection.
Most of the literature focuses on state-supreme-court selection, but the evidence we have on lower-state-court selection suggests that most trial and intermediate appellate court elections have not been characterized by increased interest-group and related activity.
our extension of their model suggests that interest-group activity in this regard is more complex and nuanced than suggested by Landes and Posner.
Posner, The Independent Judiciary in an Interest-Group Perspective, 18 J.
The interest-group theory of legislation has a long and rich history.
Tollison, Constitutional Change in an Interest-Group Perspective, 8 J.
Pritchard, Reassessing the Role of the Independent Judiciary in Enforcing Interest-Group Bargains, 5 Const.