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WHAT IS WRITTEN ABOUT: James Shellow

 

Professors Lewis LaRue and David Caudill write
Finally, a third type of idealization of science in post-trilogy scholarship takes the form of casual references to so-called “junk science.” James Shellow, for example, in his commentary on the limits of cross-examination of experts, begins by identifying “junk scientists” who were supposed to be exposed in “Daubert and Kumho hearings,” who “unfortunately ... appear on the stand well-dressed and articulate,” and who “believe in their junk science.”

Seton Hall Law Review

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