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Course Reviews: Bias in the Courtroom

Attorneys Rate this CLE Course 4.52 out of 5 Stars Based on 6,327 Ratings
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The hour went very fast. One of the more enjoyable ethics credits I have taken.
- Stacey m
Love this guy. His examples really make you think and discover your own biases.
- Sharon Y
No sure why this type of course is a requirement.
- Laura M
Need more juror bias and how to diffuse it.
- Gerard S
I liked the speakers candid and interactive teaching style.
- Roy L
This lecture missed the mark for me. I understand that expert witnesses may well have biases. I would be surprised if they didn't. I was hoping to hear suggestions about uncovering bias in judges and jurors -- e.g., studies show that those who subscribe to "Time" magazine probably will look unfavorably on claims being made by non-white litigants, etc -- and, better still, advice on ways to address it. That doesn't seem like too much to ask of a lecture titled "Bias in the Courtroom." Unfortunately, there was little such content.
- William C
The subject matter was interesting and the presentation well organized. The course provides a nice starting point in learning how to evaluate expert opinions, reports and testimony.
- Wiliam R