Corey Barwick, PhD


Corey Barwick is an American politics scholar, focusing on the relationship between people and the judicial branch of government. His dissertation focused on public perceptions of state court impartiality, and his most recent research is on public support for the rule of law. He is the advisor for TSU’s Appellate Moot Court Collegiate Challenge (AMC3) team, which will be competing at the state capital this upcoming November.


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PhD, Political Science, University of Colorado Boulder, 2016. Major Field: American Politics. Minor Field: Research Methodology

MA, Political Science, University of Colorado Boulder, 2012

BA, Political Science/Philosophy, University of Wisconsin – Madison, 2009

Courses Taught

American National Government, Judicial Process, Gender, Sexuality, & U.S. Law, Environmental Law, Research Methodology

Research Interests

Judicial Politics, State Politics, Public Law, Legal Culture, Campaigns and Elections, Voting Behavior, Political Psychology