Legal research makes a difference, law professors say

07/30/2010 | National Law Journal (free registration), The

A study suggests that judges are paying increasing attention to legal research as they prepare their rulings. A survey of almost 300,000 federal-circuit rulings found that decisions made in the past two decades were much more likely than earlier rulings to cite legal research, challenging the notion that academic research has little impact on judges.

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