Deliberation and Diversity

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Diamond, Shari Seidman, Destiny Peery, Francis J. Dolan, and Emily Dolan. “Achieving Diversity on the Jury: Jury Size and the Peremptory Challenge,” 6 Journal of Empirical Legal Studies 425-449 (2009).

Diamond, Shari Seidman, Mary R. Rose, Beth Murphy, and Sven Smith. “Juror Questions During Trial: A Window into Juror Thinking,” 59 Vanderbilt Law Review 1927-1972 (2006).

King, Nancy J. “Silencing Nullification Advocacy Inside the Jury Room and Outside the Courtroom,” 65 University of Chicago Law Review 433 (1998).

Lemley, Mark A. “Why Do Juries Decide If Patents Are Valid?,” 99 Virginia Law Review 1673 (2013).

Marder, Nancy S. “Beyond Gender: Peremptory Challenges and the Roles of the Jury,” 73 Texas Law Review 1041 (1995).

Rose, Mary R., Christopher Ellison, and Shari S. Diamond. “Juries and Judges in the Public’s Mind: Race, Ethnicity, and Jury Experience,” 93 Judicature 194-200 (2010).

Saks, Michael J. “The Smaller the Jury, the Greater the Unpredictability,” 79 Judicature 263 (1996).

Thomas, Suja A. “Summary Judgment and the Reasonable Jury Standard: A Proxy for a Judge’s Own View of the Sufficiency of the Evidence?,” 97 Judicature 222 (2014).

Vidmar, Neil. “Case Studies of Pre- and Midtrial Prejudice in Criminal and Civil Litigation,” 26 Law and Human Behavior 73 (2002).

Vidmar, Neil, et al. “Uncovering the ‘Invisible’ Profile of Medical Malpractice Litigation: Insights from Florida,” 54 DePaul Law Review 315 (2005).