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Arbitrator bias in the United States: a patchwork of decisions. Lathrop, Mitchell L. Apr 1, 2013 4084
Clarifying the implied bias doctrine: bringing greater certainty to the voir dire process in the military justice system. Staten, Philip Mar 1, 2011 16202
Ten rules for great jury selection: with some lessons from Texas case law. Harrison, Cliff Jan 1, 2011 9702
Implicit bias and the illusion of mediator neutrality. Izumi, Carol Jun 22, 2010 31987
Convicts in court: felonious lawyers make a case for including convicted felons in the jury pool. Binnall, James M. Jun 22, 2010 26951
Opening the door for bias: the problem of applying transferee forum law in multidistrict litigation. Hill, Mark A. Nov 1, 2009 11127
Untruthful jurors in the federal courts: have we become comfortably numb? Press, Joshua S. Jan 1, 2009 13371
Back to the future: how Rodriguez v. Lagomasino got it right in 2008 and why modern voir dire should be guided by 1929's Johnson v. Reynolds. Luhrsen, Jeffrey Nov 1, 2008 6397
There goes the neighbourhood. Mitchell, Teresa Sep 1, 2008 233
Implied bias: a suggested disciplined methodology. Puleo, Louis J. Mar 1, 2008 8528
Bias on the bench: raising the bar for U.S. immigration judges to ensure equality for asylum seekers. Vaala, Lindsey R. Dec 1, 2007 13078
Voir dire: new research challenges old assumptions: research shows that 1) judge-directed voir dire can be less revealing of juror prejudice than lawyer questioning and 2) attitudes toward hot-button issues like tort reform are better predictors of juror bias than race, class, and other demographic factors. Andreano, Frank P. Sep 1, 2007 2894

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