Friday, March 18, 2011
Jeremy Blumenthal teaches and writes in the areas of property law and the social sciences, incorporating empirical research and data into legal issues. Nominated by his peers, Blumenthal's work explores decision-making by judges and juries, paternalism, the reasonable woman standard, victim impact statements, behavioral law and economics, emotions in the legal system, and lay perception of crime.
Congrats to Professor Blumenthal.
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