December 24, 2006
While we're talking about leaks of documents in contravention of protective orders, there's a new thesis, from a recent masters graduate of the London School of Economics, that sounds like it'd be worth reading: "In Search of the Impartial Juror: An Exploration of the Third Person Effect and Pre-Trial Publicity."
It's author? Monica Lewinsky.
A quick glance through Google results doesn't immediately come up with the actual paper. Anyone have it? Here is an overview (thanks to Ted Frank & AboveTheLaw), evidently written by a co-author. Is that really the full report?
(Happy holidays, all. I'll be traveling over the next couple of weeks and blogging may be spotty.)
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Man, my Google-fu is better than yours; I sent a copy to David Lat, who updated his Above the Law post to include it.
Posted by: Ted | Dec 24, 2006 7:52:26 PM
Hey, it was Christmas Eve. Only so much time I wanted to take on it. I'll add a link.
Posted by: Bill Childs | Dec 25, 2006 5:02:57 AM