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Science on Law's Terms: Implications of Procedural Legitimacy on Scientific Evidence
Scientific evidence is increasingly relied on in litigation. Discussions and debates aimed at enabling courts to make the best use scientific evidence are therefore critical. This thesis adds the perspective of procedural ...
The Virtue of Process: Finding the Legitimacy of Judicial Fact-Finding in Personal Injury Litigation
This thesis is an inquiry into the legitimacy of judicial fact-finding in civil litigation. Judges make authoritative factual findings in conditions of uncertainty and the decision-making process cannot, and does not, ...