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"Reasons for the Disappearing Jury Trial: Perspectives from Attorneys and Judges"

Shari Seidman Diamond, Louisiana Law Review

“Reasons for the Disappearing Jury Trial: Perspectives from Attorneys and Judges,” (w. J. Salerno) 81 Louisiana Law Review 120 (2020)

"Predatory Cities"
Bernadette Atuahene, California Law Review
"Lessons about Law at Life’s End: Rethinking Advance Directives in the Shadow of a Pandemic"
Susan P. Shapiro, Juriste International
Constitution-Making and Transnational Legal Order
Terence Halliday, Tom Ginsburg, Cambridge University Press

ABF Publications

  • Law & Social Inquiry — Interdisciplinary, peer-reviewed academic journal

  • After the JD — The results of a national study of legal careers

  • Lawyer Statistical Report — detailed demographic information on the numbers of lawyers and law firms. 

    Please note: The Lawyer Statistical Report has ceased publication. Please contact Whitney Peterson at wpeterson@abfn.org if you are interested in obtaining the most recent issue.

     

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