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Convicting The Innocent Beyond A Reasonable Doubt: Some Lessons About Jury Instructions From The Sheppard Case, Lawrence Solan Jan 2001

Convicting The Innocent Beyond A Reasonable Doubt: Some Lessons About Jury Instructions From The Sheppard Case, Lawrence Solan

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The Written Contract As Safe Harbor For Dishonest Conduct, Lawrence Solan Jan 2001

The Written Contract As Safe Harbor For Dishonest Conduct, Lawrence Solan

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Sex, Science And Social Knowledge: The Implications Of Social Science Research On Imputing Liability To Employers For Sexual Harassment, Theresa M. Beiner Jan 2001

Sex, Science And Social Knowledge: The Implications Of Social Science Research On Imputing Liability To Employers For Sexual Harassment, Theresa M. Beiner

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The Impact Of Science On Legal Decisions: What Can Social Science Tell The Courts And Lawyers?, Theresa M. Beiner Jan 2001

The Impact Of Science On Legal Decisions: What Can Social Science Tell The Courts And Lawyers?, Theresa M. Beiner

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Two Cheers For Process Federalism, Ernest A. Young Jan 2001

Two Cheers For Process Federalism, Ernest A. Young

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Making Deals In Court-Connected Mediation: What's Justice Got To Do With It?, Nancy A. Welsh Jan 2001

Making Deals In Court-Connected Mediation: What's Justice Got To Do With It?, Nancy A. Welsh

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When mediation was first introduced to the courts, the process was hailed as “alternative.” Mediation gave disputants the opportunity to discuss and resolve their dispute themselves; the role of the third party was to facilitate the disputants’ negotiations, not to dictate the outcome; and because the disputants were able to focus on their underlying interests in mediation, the process could result in creative, customized solutions. The picture of mediation is changing, however, as the process settles into its role as a tool for the resolution of personal injury, contract, and other nonfamily cases on the courts’ civil dockets. Attorneys dominate ...


Comparing Judicial Selection Systems, Lee Epstein, Jack Knight, Olga Shvetsova Jan 2001

Comparing Judicial Selection Systems, Lee Epstein, Jack Knight, Olga Shvetsova

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Piercing The Veil: William J. Brennan's Account Of Regents Of The University Of California V. Bakke, Lee Epstein, Jack Knight Jan 2001

Piercing The Veil: William J. Brennan's Account Of Regents Of The University Of California V. Bakke, Lee Epstein, Jack Knight

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The Supreme Court As A Strategic National Policymaker, Lee Epstein, Jack Knight, Andrew D. Martin Jan 2001

The Supreme Court As A Strategic National Policymaker, Lee Epstein, Jack Knight, Andrew D. Martin

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