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October 22, 2007

Anti-semitism, prejudice, people and juries.

Here's something useful for both trial lawyers and actual humans.

Last week Anne Reed at Deliberations gave us a post which is important, gutsy and of the stuff that makes the blogosphere worth visiting. See "The Silent Stereotype". She begins:

A mock trial not long ago taught me a lesson about anti-Semitism. One of the presenting lawyers was Jewish, with both first and last names suggesting that heritage. The other lawyer had a name and a look suggesting Irish ancestry.

More here.

Posted by Holden Oliver (Kitzb├╝hel Desk) at October 22, 2007 05:00 PM


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