Friday, June 22, 2007

Book: The Jury Process

The Jury Process, by Nancy S. Marder

gives a complete overview of America's jury system. It has three instructional goals: to show where the jury stands in America's rich legal history, to explain the defining features of today's jury, and to identify aspects of the jury where improvements can and should be made. It can be used as a primary textbook for a course, or as a supplement in any law school course that includes a unit on the jury.
--publisher's description. It's available in the library: KF8972 .M37 2005 at Reference Area.

In addition to this student text, Prof. Marder has written many law review articles on juries, most recently on cyberjuries.

Photo from Prof. Marder's profile at Chicago-Kent College of Law.

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