Judicial Implications

Jennifer Bowie

Jennifer Bowie, associate professor of political science, researches judicial decision making in the federal, state, and comparative courts. 

She teaches courses on constitutional law, the American legal system, a seminar on the rights of the criminally accused, and another seminar on Ruth Bader Ginsburg and gender discrimination in the courts. 

Bowie can provide insights on how election results may impact the judicial system. 

Contact Lindsey Grow (lcampbe4@richmond.edu), media relations specialist, to connect with Bowie.