Recent Top Papers (60 days)

As of: 21 Aug 2017 - 20 Oct 2017
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1.

Legal vs. Factual Normative Questions & the True Scope of Ring

Princeton University - Department of Philosophy
36
2.

The Jury Representativeness Guarantee in Canada: The Curious Case of Disability and Justice Making

University of Winnipeg, Robson Hall, University of Manitoba Faculty of Law and Independent
18

All Time Top Papers

As of: 02 Jan 1997 - 20 Oct 2017
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1.

Implicit Bias in the Courtroom

University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) - School of Law, U.S. District Court (Northern District of Iowa), University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) - School of Law, National Center for State Courts, University of Massachusetts at Amherst - Psychology, University of California Hastings College of the Law, Rutgers Law School, University of Washington, University of Hawaii - William S. Richardson School of Law and University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) - School of Law
2,263
2.

Legal Reasoning

University of Virginia School of Law and University of Virginia School of Law
1,866
3.

Judicial Review of Refugee Determinations: The Luck of the Draw?

York University - Osgoode Hall Law School
1,354
4.

Ensuring an Impartial Jury in the Age of Social Media

U.S. District Court Judge and Jones Day
1,197
5.

Four Failures of Deliberating Groups

Harvard Law School and University of Chicago - Booth School of Business
1,016
6.

Time to Deliberate: Factors Influencing the Duration of Jury Deliberation

University of Texas at Dallas - Department of Political Science, New York University and University of Texas at Dallas
988
7.

Experts, Psychology, Credibility, and Rape: The Rape Trauma Syndrome Issue and Its Implications for Expert Psychological Testimony

University of Arizona College of Law
979
8.

The Cognitive Psychology of Circumstantial Evidence

University of Amsterdam
901
9.

Guilty as Tweeted: Jurors Using Social Media Inappropriately During the Trial Process

Murdoch University
897
10.

Why Do Juries Decide If Patents are Valid?

Stanford Law School
772