GREG CASEY, Associate Professor Emeritus in political science at the University of Missouri-Columbia, teaches courses in courts, judicial behavior, and constitutional law. He has taught American Government and political behavior/public opinion before gravitating completely to the judicial branch. His publications include opinion studies of the United States Supreme Court, the Missouri Supreme Court, and issues of law and behavior, including public and professional surveys and analysis. Recently, he has worked on projects for the Missouri Bar, including studies of employment opportunities in the law, multi-disciplinary practice, and jurors' levels of happiness with jury service. He has specialties in survey research, focus groups, and methodologies to analyze individual and public perceptions.
Sat, February 11, 2012
by Mike Connelly