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SHARI SEIDMAN DIAMOND

2022

Books

Contributions to Books

Working Papers

  • Fair Juries, Cornell Legal Studies Research Paper No. 22-33, Northwestern Public Law Research Paper No. 22-23, 2022 University of Illinois Law Review ___ (forthcoming) (Co-authored by: Valerie P. Hans).

2021

Books

Contributions to Books

  • The Rise of the Jury in Argentina: Evolution in Real Time, in Juries, Lay Judges, and Mixed Courts: A Global Perspective, edited by Shari Seidman Diamond, Sanja Kutnjak Ivković, Valerie P. Hans & Nancy S. Marder (2021) at 25 (Co-authored by: Vanina G. Almeida, Denise C. Bakrokar, Mariana Bilinski, Natali D. Chizik, Andrés Harfuch, Lilián Andrea Ortiz, Maria Sidonie Porterie & Aldana Romano).

2020

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Contributions to Books

2019

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2018

Articles

Contributions to Books

  • Jury Research, in The Roots of Modern Psychology & Law: A Narrative History, edited by Thomas Grisso & Stanley Brodsky (2018) at 61.

2017

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2016

Books

  • Las Múltiples Dimensiones Del Juicio Por Jurado: Estudios Sobre El Comportamiento Del Jurado (the Many Dimensions Of Trial By Jury: Studies Of Jury Behavior) (Natali Chizik, et al., transl.), co-edited by Andrés Harfuch, edited by Andrés Harfuch (Ad Hoc Publishers 2016).

Articles

  • Race and Jury Selection: The Pernicious Effects of Backstrikes, 59 Howard University Law Review 705 (2016) (Co-authored by: Joshua Kaiser).
  • Increasing Jury Representativeness, 55 Judges’ Journal 16 (2016) (Co-authored by: Honorable William Caprathe (Ret.), Paula Hannaford-Agor, and Stephanie M. Loquvam).
  • Forensic Bitemark Identification: Weak Foundations, Exaggerated Claims, 3 Journal of Law & The Biosciences 538 (2016) (Co-authored by: et al.).

Contributions to Books

  • The Cases for and against Blindfolding the Jury, in Blinding As a Solution to Bias: Strengthening Biomedical Science, Forensic Science, and Law, edited by Robertson, C.T., Kesselheim, A.S. (2016).

2015

Articles

  • The Decisionmaking Process of the Jury [El Proceso de Toma del Decisión del Jurado], II Congreso Internacional De Juricio Por Jurados 11 (2015) (Co-authored by: M. Rose, & B. Murphy).
  • The Psychology of the Decision-Making Process: Implications for International Arbitration, Asian Dispute Review 197 (Oct. 2015).
  • What a (Very) Smart Judge Knows About Juries, 64 Depaul Law Review 373 (2015) (Co-authored by: Francis Doorley).
  • The Hidden Daubert Factor: How Judges Use Error Rates in Assessing Scientific Evidence, 2014 Wisconsin Law Review 1063 (Co-authored by: John Meixner).

Contributions to Books

  • Juries, in International Encyclopedia of The Social and Behavioral Sciences, 2nd Ed. (Oxford: Elsevier 2015) at 907.

2014

Articles

  • T.C. Cook & T.Y. Tang are the authors of Causally Valid Relationships That Invoke the Wrong Causal Agent: Construct Validity of the Cause in Policy Research, 5 Journal of The Society for Social Work and Research 379 (2014).
  • Trademark Surveys: An Undulating Path, 92 Texas Law Review 2029-2073 (2014) (Co-authored by: David Franklyn).
  • Embedded Experts on Real Juries: A Delicate Balance, 55 William & Mary Law Review 885-933 (2014) (Co-authored by: Mary R. Rose, and Beth Murphy).

2013

Articles

  • The Modern American Jury: A Hundred Year Journey, 96 Judicature 315 (2013) (Co-authored by: Andrea Ryken).
  • Does Criminal Diversion Contribute to the Vanishing Civil Trial, 62 Depaul Law Review 443-477 (2013) (Co-authored by: John B. Meixner).

Contributions to Books

  • Empirical Analysis of Juries in Tort Case, in Research Handbook on the Economics of Torts, edited by Jennifer H. Arlen (Edward Elgar 2013) at 414-435 (Co-authored by: Jessica M. Salerno).

Op-Eds/Blog Posts/Popular Press

  • Zimmerman Trial: Time to Reconsider Six-Member Jury, Miami Herald (July 15, 2013) (Note: The MIAMI HERALD agreed to publish this op-ed before the jury delivered its verdict in the Zimmerman case and this op-ed could not be commenting on a verdict that had yet to be reached when it was written).

2012

Books

  • Trademark And Deceptive Advertising Surveys: Law, Science, And Design (American Bar Association, Section of Intellectual Property Law 2012) (Co-authored by: Jerre B. Swann).

Articles

  • The “Kettleful of Law” in Real Jury Deliberations: Successes, Failures, and Next Steps, 106 Northwestern University Law Review 1537-1608 (Co-authored by: Beth Murphy, and Mary R. Rose).
  • Thoughts on Total Justice, 30 Quinnipiac Law Review 467-479 (2012).
  • Selected to Serve: An Analysis of Lifetime Jury Participation, 9 Journal of Empirical Legal Studies 33-55 (2012) (Co-authored by: Mary R. Rose, and Marc A. Musick).

Contributions to Books

  • Surveys in Dilution Cases II, in Trademark and Deceptive Advertising Surveys (2012) at 155.
  • Control Foundations: Rationales and Approaches, in Trademark and Deceptive Advertising Surveys (2012) at 201.
  • Internet Surveys for Evaluating Trademark Infringement and Deceptive Advertising, in Trademark and Deceptive Advertising Surveys (2012) at 287 (Co-authored by: Roger Tourangeau).

Working Papers

2011

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  • Damage Anchors on Real Juries, 8 Journal of Empirical Legal Studies 148-78 (2011) (Co-authored by: Mary R. Rose, Beth Murphy, & John Meixner).
  • Law on Display: The Digital Transformation of Legal Persuasion and Judgment, 45 Law & Society Review 516-17 (2011).
  • Efficiency and Cost: The Impact of Videoconferenced Hearings on Bail Decisions, 100 Journal of Criminal Law & Criminology 869-902 (2010) (Co-authored by: Locke E. Bowman, Manyee Wong, and Matthew M. Patton).

Contributions to Books

  • Reference Guide on Survey Research, in Reference Manual on Scientific Evidence, 3rd edition (Federal Judicial Center/National Academy of Sciences 2011) at 359-423.

2010

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  • Empirical Scholarship in Law Reviews, 6 Annual Review of Law & Social Science 581-99 (2010) (Co-authored by: Pam Mueller ).
  • Goffman on the Jury: Real Jurors’ Attention to the “Offstage” of Trials , 34 Law and Human Behavior 310-323 (2010) (Co-authored by: Mary R. Rose, and Kim M. Butler ).
  • Jurors’ Discussions of a Defendant’s History of Child Abuse and Alcohol Abuse in Capital Sentencing Deliberations , 16 Psychology, Public Policy, And Law 1-38 (2010) (Co-authored by: Margaret C. Stevenson, and Bette L. Bottoms ).

2009

Articles

  • Achieving Diversity on the Jury: Jury Size and the Peremptory Challenge , 6 Journal of Empirical Legal Studies 425-449 (2009) (Co-authored by: Destiny Peery, Francis J. Dolan, and Emily Dolan ).
  • Offstage Behavior: Real Jurors’ Scrutiny of Non-Testimonial Conduct, 58 Depaul Law Review 311-342 (2009) (Co-authored by: Mary R. Rose ).

2008

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  • Eminent Domain and the Psychology of Property Rights; Proposed Use, Subjective Attachment, and Taker Identity , 5 Journal of Empirical Legal Studies 713-749 (2008) (Co-authored by: Janis Nadler ).
  • Judging Bias: Juror Confidence and Judicial Rulings on Challenges for Cause , 42 Law & Society Review 513-549 (2008) (Co-authored by: Mary R. Rose ).
  • Preferences for Juries over Judges across Racial and Ethnic Groups, 89 Social Science Quarterly 372-391 (2008) (Co-authored by: Mary R. Rose, and Christopher Ellison).
  • Trademark Dilution: Of Fame, Blurring, and Sealing Wax, with a Touch of Judicial Wisdom, 24 Santa Clara Computer & High Technology Law Journal 521-540 (2008).
  • How Jurors Deal with Expert Testimony and How Judges Can Help , 16 Journal of Law And Policy 47-67 (2007).

Contributions to Books

  • Jury Decisions Versus Judges’ Decisions in Encyclopedia of Psychology & Law, edited by Brian L. Cutler (Sage Publications 2008) (Co-authored by: Pam Mueller ).
  • Juror Reactions to Attorneys at Trial: Opening Statements, Witnesses, and Cross Examination , in Analyzing Law’s Reach: Empirical Research on Law and Society (American Bar Association 2008) (Co-authored by: Jonathan Casper, Cami L. Heiert, and Anna Maria Marshall).
  • Revisiting the Unanimity Requirement: The Behavior of the Non-Unanimous Civil Jury, in Analyzing Law’s Reach: Empirical Research on Law and Society (American Bar Association 2008) (Co-authored by: Mary R. Rose and Beth Murphy).
  • Government Takings of Private Property in Public Opinion and Constitutional Controversy, edited by Nathaniel Persily, Jack Citrin, and Patrick J. Egan (Oxford University Press 2008) (Co-authored by: Janice Nadler and Matthew M. Patton).

2007

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  • Verdict in on Jury Deliberations , 12 The Young Lawyer 2 (2008).
  • No Defense Against the Camera-Perspective Effect , 18 Psychological Science 224-226 (2007 ) (Co-authored by: G. Daniel Lassiter, Heather C. Schmidt, and Jennifer K. Elek).

Contributions to Books

  • Psychological Contributions to Evaluating Witness Testimony , in Beyond Common Sense: Psychological Science In The Courtroom, edited by Eugene Borgida and Susan Fiske (Blackwell Publishing 2007).

2006

Articles

  • The Costs and Benefits—But Mostly Benefits—of Unanimity, 78 California Courts Review 10-13 (Fall 2006) (Co-authored by: Mary R. Rose and Beth Murphy).
  • Revisiting the Unanimity Requirement: The Behavior of the Non-Unanimous Civil Jury, 100 Northwestern University Law Review 201-230 (2006) (Co-authored by: Mary R. Rose, and Beth Murphy).

Contributions to Books

2005

Articles

  • Real Juries, 1 Annual Review of Law And Social Science (2005) (Co-authored by: Mary R. Rose).

2004

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  • Jurors Unanswered Questions, 41 Court Review 20 (2004) (Co-authored by: M.R. Rose, and B. Murphy).

Contributions to Books

  • Competence of Jurors and Jury Reform, in The Participation of Non-legal Professionals and Citizens In Modern Judiciary (Symposium held by the Kyoto University Graduate School of Law) at 109-126.

2003

Articles

Contributions to Books

  • Scientific Jury Selection: What Social Scientists Know and Do Not Know, in The Jury Trial in Criminal Justice, edited by Douglas D. Koski (Carolina Academic Press 2003) at 232-242.

Working Papers

  • Juror Discussions During Civil Trials: Studying an Arizona Innovation (American Bar Foundation Working Paper #2123, 2002) (Co-authored by: Neil Vidmar, Mary Rose, Leslie Ellis, and Beth Murphy).

2002

Articles

  • Shari Seidman Diamond is a contributor to In Memoriam: Howard B. Eisenberg, 86 Marquette Law Review 228-229 (2002) .
  • Legal Perceptions of Science and Expert Knowledge, 8 Psychology, Public Policy, And Law 139-153 (2002) (Co-authored by: Joseph Sanders and Neil Vidmar).
  • Comment on the Age Discrimination Example, 42 Jurimetrics Journal 315-320 (2002).

Contributions to Books

  • Juries, in International Encyclopedia of The Social And Behavioral Sciences, edited by N.J. Smelser and P.B. Baltes (Elsevier 2001) at 8031-8037.
  • Jury: Behavioral Aspects, in Encyclopedia of Crime And Justice (Macmillan 2001) at 865-870.

2001

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  • The Conflict Between Precision and Flexibility in Explaining 'Beyond a Reasonable Doubt', 6 Psychology, Public Policy And Law 769-787 (2000) (Co-authored by: E. Stoffelmayr) .

Contributions to Books

  • Expert Testimony, in Encyclopedia of Psychology, edited by Alan E. Kazdin (Oxford University Press 2000) at Volume 3, Pages 301-303 .

2000

Contributions to Books

  • Reference Guide on Survey Research, in Reference Manual on Scientific Evidence, 2nd ed. (Federal Judicial Center 2000) at 229-276.
  • Legal Applications of Survey Research, Supplement, in Modern Scientific Evidence, edited by Faigman, Kay, Saks, and Sanders (West Group 2000).

1999

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