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18 May 2006

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Kate Litvak

Stefanie: how did you deal with endogeneity? People with lousy cases may be unable to find contigency-fee lawyers to appeal them, so they go pro se, which might drive the result... and excluding contingency-fee cases would bias the sample.

Stefanie Lindquist

Some years ago, Susan Haire, Roger Hartley and I published a paper in the Law and Society Review finding that in the appeals process, pro se litigants are indeed disadvantaged. The paper analyzed products liability lawsuits in the U.S. Courts of Appeals. So in the appellate process, representation does appear to matter.

Kate Litvak

I am willing to overlook the absence of a decent instrument, but this paper doesn’t have a single basic regression! Or even a correlations table. A bit too much for a paper claiming causation, no?

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