Friday, June 4, 2010

Lawyer Judgement Often Wrong. Scholars Explain Why.

If you're a lawyer, predicting the outcome of a case is an important part of your job. It helps you advise your client, decide what strategy to employ, know when to settle, etc. But—guess what?—lawyers aren't so good at evaluating those odds, according to a new paper published in Psychology, Public Policy, and Law. Read more at

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