Sunday, January 28, 2007

Continuing with authority issues

The SCCLL Newsletter kindly published in the winter 2007 issue a short essay by me. The theme is scientific research by judges -- how much background knowledge a judge is allowed to research when trying a case. The question was far more involved than I guessed when I first started preparing the essay. I look forward to your comments. The link is

1 comment:

Betsy McKenzie said...

Dear Jackie,
It took a while to get to the article and read it, but it was fascinating! I had not realized that judges have such limits on their research. What an interesting issue!