The Review of Litigation

The Review of Litigation is a magazine focusing on Law

Articles from Vol. 32, No. 1, Winter

Beyond "Because I Said So": Reconciling Civil Retroactivity Analysis in Immigration Cases with a Protective Lenity Principle
I. INTRODUCTION .......... 148II. RETROACTIVITY .......... 152A. Theory .......... 152B. Civil Retroactivity in General .......... 154C. In the Immigration Context .......... 1571. IN A § 2 1 2(c) Relief- INS v. St. Cyr and the Aftermath .......... 1592....
Mandating Injustice: The Preponderance of the Evidence Mandate Creates a New Threat to Due Process on Campus
I. INTRODUCTION .................... 65II. THE DECLINE OF IN LOCO PARENTIS .................... 68A. The Traditional Law of Education .................... 68B. Federal Intervention, Title IX and the Role of OCR .................... 70C. The April 4 Mandate...
The Problem of Partisan Experts and the Potential for Reform through Concurrent Evidence
I. INTRODUCTION 2II. THE PROBLEM OF EXPERT BIAS 3A . Payment of Experts Leads to Biased Testimony 6B. Partisan Preparation of Experts Leads to Biased Testimony 11C. Lack of Jury Competence and Limited Access to Expert 's Background Contribute to the...
The Psychology of Unknowing: Inadmissible Evidence in Jury and Bench Trials
I. Psychological Explanations for Jurors' Inability to Follow Limiting Instructions ....................121A. Psychological Explanations for Juror Behavior ....................1221. Motivation-Based Theory ....................1222. Ironic Mental Processes...
Tricks and Traps of Pre-Arbitration Discovery
I. INTRODUCTION 91II. SCOPE OF PRE-SUIT DISCOVERY VARIES ACROSS JURISDICTIONS 92A . Pre-suit discovery only for preservation of evidence 92B. Limited investigatory pre-suit discovery 94C. Broad investigatory pre-suit discovery 95III. THE CONFLICT BETWEEN...