Morgan Hazelton, J.D., Ph.D.
Civil Liberties and Civil Rights, the American Constitution, Judicial Politics, Seminar in American Politics, Law, Policy, Society (Seminar), Civil Rights: A Moot Court Seminar, Constitutional Law I (School of Law), and Methods in Political Science
B.A., University of New Mexico
M.A., Washington University in St. Louis
Ph.D., Washington University in St. Louis
J.D., University of Texas at Austin, School of Law
American Politics, Judicial Politics, Law & Courts
Morgan Hazelton's Personal Website
Publications and Media Placements
Hazelton, Morgan L.W. and Rachael K. Hinkle. 2022. Persuading the Supreme Court: The Significance of Briefs in Judicial Descisionmaking. Kansas University Press.
Hazelton, Morgan L.W., Rachael K. Hinkle, and Michael J. Nelson. 2021. "How Interpersonal Contact Affects Appellate Review." Journal of Politics 84(1).
Hazelton, Morgan L.W. 2021. "Judicial Impact and Factual Allegations: How the Supreme Court Changed Civil Procedure through the Plausibility Standard." Journal of Law and Courts 9(1).
Hinkle, Rachael K., Michael J. Nelson, and Morgan L.W. Hazelton. 2020. "Deferring, Deliberating, or Dodging Review: Explaining Counterjudge Success in the U.S. Courts of Appeals." Journal of Law and Courts 8(2).
Honors and Awards
Co-Recipient of Best Conference Paper Award by the Law and Courts Section of the American
Political Science Association, 2018.
Recipient of the Neal Tate Award for Best Paper in Judicial Politics for the Southern Political Science Association, 2016.
Neal Tate Award for Best Paper in Judicial Politics, Southern Political Science Association, 2016; Dean's Award for Teaching Excellence, Washington University in St. Louis, 2010-2011; El Paso Outstanding Young Lawyer of the Year, El Paso Young Lawyers Association, 2007--2008.
Professional Organizations and Associations
APSA, MPSA, SELS, SPSA