H/T Professor Jonathan Adler at Volokh Conspiracy, "Fortunately, in the case of Garland, Aaron Nielson has collected all the cases in which Garland wrote concurrences or dissents. In a subsequent post, Nielson has also collected those cases in which Garland was in the majority but another judge dissented. If one wants to get a handle on Garland, these are the cases one wants to look at."

Yale Journal of Regulation (Uggh! What an awful field of study)
http://www.yalejreg.com/blog/d-c-cir...-aaron-nielson

http://www.yalejreg.com/blog/d-c-cir...arland-edition

https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/...e-for-himself/