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Thursday, August 2, 2007

What Texas Judges Say About Tort Reform

A new Baylor Law Review article addresses that question; a summary is here.

[F]or the last two years, the professors have conducted a survey of Texas District Court Judges to get their views on the "litigation crises." After receiving responses from an astounding 78% of Texas district court judges, the results of the survey were released in the Baylor Law Review in an article titled Straight From the Horse’s Mouth: Judicial Observations of Jury Behavior and the Need For Tort Reform.

--BC

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