This article analyzes whether cross-examination, a tool designed to expose lying witnesses, is a viable mechanism for uncovering mistaken witness testimony.
This article addresses what ethical constraints may apply when examining young [vulnerable] child witnesses.
This article examines whether the courtroom has been and can be successful in policing the mis-use of forensic discipline testimony and proof.
This article provides a description of the way 21st century advocates can benefit by using classic rhetorical principles.
This article considers the ways in which the current LGBT rights movement is poorly positioned to contend with its “next phase,” in which LGBT people will experience formal equality under the law, but will find themselves unable to easily gain access to their newly won equal rights.
This article explores the ways in which a more robust link to direct legal service programs can help LGBT impact litigation organizations answer critiques and create a scheme for prioritizing legal issues that is more pluralistic and democratic.
This article posits that large firms are mainly motivated to engage in pro bono for business reasons, and that the result of these so-called “bottom-line” motivations are pro bono programs that actually harm the public interest agencies with which they partner.
A comprehensive overview of “reptile theory,” a plaintiff lawyer’s tactic using brain science and the defense response.
A useful compendium of research on persuasive language.
A tremendously helpful article on bringing cognitive psychology insights to trial practice.