Bernstein Paper Featured at American Enterprise Institute Event

Increased use of court-appointed experts would represent a significant improvement in the courts' ability to utilize legitimate scientific evidence states Professor David Bernstein in his paper entitled "Expert Witnesses, Adversarial Bias, and the (Partial) Failure of the Daubert Revolution." 

Bernstein's paper was presented at an April 23 event sponsored by the American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy in Washington, D.C. The presentation concluded with a panel discussion involving Deborah Runkle of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, Edward K. Cheng of Brooklyn Law School, Joe G. Hollingsworth of Spriggs & Hollingsworth, and David Michaels of George Washington University and the Project on Scientific Knowledge and Public Policy (SKAPP). Moderator was Ted Frank, director of AEI's Liability Project.

Read Bernstein's paper, part of the George Mason University Law and Economics Research Paper Series.