91 Indiana Law Journal 353 (2016)
By measuring how expert witnesses are actually used in court, this study offers important new data about what makes expert effective and suggests that some commonly held beliefs about experts are misguided. In doing so, the data establishes an important new baseline for measuring expert witnesses in court, updating and expanding on prior research in the field.
Jurs, Andrew W.
"Expert Prevalence, Persuasion and Price: What Trial Participants Really Think About Experts,"
Indiana Law Journal: Vol. 91
, Article 4.
Available at: http://www.repository.law.indiana.edu/ilj/vol91/iss2/4