Juror Comprehension

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Dike, Annie. “Concurrent Expert Evidence: Hot Tubbing in America? Experts Jump In,” The National Law Review (Aug. 31, 2016).

Marder, Nancy S. “Bringing Jury Instructions into the Twenty-First Century,” 81 Notre Dame Law Review 449 (2006).

Reiber, Matthew A., and Jill D. Weinberg. “The Complexity of Complexity: An Empirical Study of Juror Competence in Civil Cases,” 78 University of Cincinnati Law Review 929 (2010).

Strier, Franklin. “The Educated Jury: A Proposal for Complex Litigation,” 47 DePaul Law Review 49 (1997).

Tiersma, Peter. “The Rocky Road to Legal Reform: Improving the Language of Jury Instructions,” 66 Brooklyn Law Review 1081 (2001).

Waites, Richard C., and David A. Giles. “Are Jurors Equipped to Decide the Outcome of Complex Cases?,” 29 American Journal of Trial Advocacy 19 (2005).