Volume 7 Number 1
Symposium: Juries: Abriters or Arbitrary? Redefining the Role of the Jury
Introduction - Juries: Arbiters or Arbitrary?
Jefferey J. Rachlinski
Scapegoating the Jury
Clay S. Conrad
Comments on Jury Nullification
Judge John W. Bissell
The Myth of Black Juror Nullification: Racism Dressed up in Jurisprudential Clothing
Elissa Krauss and Martha Schulman
Realistic Responses to the Limitations of Batson v. Kentucky
Shari Seidman Diamond, Leslie Ellis, and Elisabeth Schmidt
Removing Juror Bias by Applying Psychology to Challenges for Cause
Arthur H. Patterson, Ph.D. and Nancy L. Neufer, M.S.
The Expert Witness and Jury Comprehension: An Expert's Perspective
James S. Schutz, M.D.
Assessing Medical Malpractice Jury Verdicts: A Case Study of an Anesthesiology Department
Bryan A. Liang
Inkblot Jurisprudence: Romer v. Evans as a Great Defeat for the Gay Rights Movement
Mark E. Papadopoulos
Act of Infidelity: Why the Defense of Marriage Act is Unfaithful to the Constitution