Two datasets are included: case-centered and justice-centered data. In the case-centered data, the unit of analysis is the case; i.e., each row of the dataset contains information about an individual dispute (N=16,109 cases). This dataset consists of 61 variables but does not contain justice-specific vote information.
In the justice-centered dataset the unit of analysis is the vote (N=48,634 votes). It includes a row for each justice participating in each dispute and contains a total of 74 variables including the justices' votes in each dispute and biographical information, along with the variables in the case-centered dataset.