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2+2=5: The Growing Distaste for Math and Science in the Legal Profession, and the Consequences that Flow Therefrom

BY MAXIMILIAN VISKI-HANKA — “The context in which [science and technology] issues arise varies widely, but generally they share one characteristic: They challenge the ability of judges and juries to comprehend the issues—and the evidence—and to deal with them in informed and effective ways. As a result, they tend to complicate the litigation, increase expense […]