F. Judges, Courts & Alternative Dispute Resolution

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Baker, Tom. (2005). Liability Insurance as Tort Regulation: Six Ways that Liability Insurance Shapes Tort Law in Action. Connecticut Insurance Law Journal, 12, (1). Available at SSRN: http://ssrn.com/abstract=911565

Ball, David. (2001). How to Do Your Own Focus Group. Louisville, Colorado: National Institute of Trial Advocacy

Ball, David. (2005). David Ball on Damages. Louisville, Colorado: National Institute of Trial Advocacy.

Bernstein, Lisa. (1993). Understanding the Limits of Court-Connected ADR: A Critique of Federal Court-Annexed Arbitration Programs. University of Pennsylvania Law Review, 141(6), 2169.

Bingham, Lisa B. (2002). Self-Determination in Dispute System Design and Employment Arbitration. University of Miami Law Review, 56, 873.

Bornstein, Brian, et al. (2008). Civil Juries and Civil Justice. New York: Springer Science+Business Media LLC.

Clermont, Kevin M. (May 10, 2008). Litigation Realities Redux. Cornell Legal Studies Research Paper No. 08-006. Available at SSRN: http://ssrn.com/abstract=1112274.

Colvin, Alexander. (2011). An Empirical Study of Employment Arbitration: Case Outcomes and Processes. Journal of Empirical Legal Studies, 8, 1.

Crandall, B., McCloskey, M., Adams, C., & Klein, G. (1996). Problem Solving in Mediation: A Cognitive Study (No. Contract DMI-9561347 for The National Science Foundation). Fairborn, OH: Klein Associates Inc.

Eisenberg, Theodore, et al. (2009, June 1) The Decision to Award Punitive Damages: An Empirical Study. Cornell Legal Studies Research Paper No. 09-011; CELS 2009 4th Annual Conference on Empirical Legal Studies Paper. Available at SSRN: http://ssrn.com/abstract=1412864

Eisenberg, Theodore, Heise, Michael and Wells, Martin T. (April 20, 2009). Variability in Punitive Damages: An Empirical Assessment of the U.S. Supreme Court’s Decision in Exxon Shipping Co. v. Baker. Cornell Legal Studies Research Paper No. 09-011. Available at SSRN: http://ssrn.com/abstract=1392438.

Eisenberg, Theodore, et al. (1996). Litigation Outcomes in State and Federal Courts: A Statistical Portrait. Seattle University Law Review 19, 433, 447.

Eisenberg, Theodore, et al. (2006). Juries, Judges, and Punitive Damages: Empirical Analysis Using the Civil Justice Survey of State Courts 1992, 1996, and 2001. Journal of Empirical Legal Studies, 3(2), 276.

Eisenberg, Theodore and Heise, Michael. (2007, September). Plaintiphobia in State Courts? An Empirical Study of State Court Trials on Appeal. Cornell Legal Studies Research Paper No. 07-006. Available at SSRN: http://ssrn.com/abstract=988199.

Feigenson, Neal. (2000). Legal Blame: How Jurors Think and Talk About Accidents. Washington, D.C.: American Psychological Association.

Fine, Ralph Adam. (2008). The How-To-Win Trial Manual. Huntington, New York: JurisNet

Galanter, M. (November 2004). The Vanishing Trial: An Examination of Trials and Related Matters in Federal and State Courts. Journal of Empirical Legal Studies, 1(3), 459.

Garber, Steven, et al. (2009, December). Do Noneconomic Damages Caps and Attorney Fee Limits Reduce Access to Justice for Victims of Medical Negligence? Journal of Empirical Legal Studies, 6(4), 637, 640.

Gatowski, Sophia, Sophia, et al. (2001). Asking the Gatekeepers: Results of a National Survey of Judges on Judging Expert Evidence in a Post-Daubert World. Law & Human Behavior, 25, 433.

Golann, Dwight. (2009). Mediating Legal Disputes. Chicago: American Bar Association

Golann, Dwight, and Folberg, Jay. (2006). Mediation: The Roles of Advocate and Neutral. New York: Aspen Publishers.

Guthrie, Chris, Rachlinski , Jeffrey J. and Wistrich, Andrew J. (April 7, 2009). The Hidden 'Judiciary': An Empirical Examination of Executive Branch Justice. Vanderbilt Law and Economics Research Paper No. 09-12; Vanderbilt Public Law Research Paper No. 09-09; Cornell Legal Studies Research Paper No. 09-010. Available at SSRN: http://ssrn.com/abstract=1374346

Guthrie, Chris, Rachlinski, Jeff, and Wistrich Andrew J. (2007). Blinking on the Bench: How Judges Decide Cases. Cornell Law Review, 93(1).

Guthrie, Chris, Rachlinski, Jeffrey & Wistrich, Andrew J. (2001). Inside the Judicial Mind. Cornell Law Review, 86(4), 67.

Hensler, Deborah R. (2001). ADR Research at the Cross Roads. Santa Monica, California: RAND.

Hensler, Deborah R. (2000). A Research Agenda: What We Need To Know About Court-Connected ADR. Santa Monica, California: RAND. (Originally appeared in Dispute Resolution Magazine, Vol. 6, No. 1, Fall 1999, pp. 15-17).

Hensler, Deborah R. (1992). Court-Ordered Arbitration: An Alternative View. Santa Monica, California: RAND.

Hersch, Joni, and Viscusi, W. Kip. (2004). Punitive Damages: How Judges and Juries Perform. Journal of Legal Studies, 33(1), 1-36.

Kohler-Hausmann, Issa, Community Characteristics and Tort Law: The Importance of County Demographics and Inequality to Tort Trial Outcomes (July 14, 2009). CELS 2009 4th Annual Conference on Empirical Legal Studies Paper. Available at SSRN: http://ssrn.com/abstract=1434231.

Kovach, Kimberlee K, and Love Lela P. (1998). Mapping Mediation: The Risks of Riskin's Grid. Harvard Negotiation Law Review, 3, 80.

Kritzer, Herbert M., and Silbey, Susan (Eds.). (2003). In Litigation Do the "Haves" Still Come Out Ahead? Stanford, California: Stanford University Press.

Lind, E. Allan. (1990). Arbitrating High Stakes Cases: An Evaluation of Court-Annexed Arbitration in a United States District Court. Santa Monica, California: RAND.

Lind, E. Allan, et al. (1990). In the Eye of the Beholder: Tort Litigants' Evaluations of Their Experiences in the Civil Justice System. Law and Society Review, 24, 953.

Lind, E. Allan, et al. (1989). The Perception of Justice: Tort Litigants' Views of Trial, Court-Annexed Arbitration, and Judicial Settlement Conferences. Santa Monica, California: RAND.

Mayer, Martin. (2006). The Judges. New York: St. Martin’s Press.

Moller, Erik. (1996). Trends in Civil Jury Verdicts Since 1985. Santa Monica, California: Institute for Civil Justice, RAND.

Noonan, John T. (2002). Persons and Masks of the Law. Berkeley: University of California Press.

Oldfather, Chad M. (April 2007). Writing, Cognition, And The Nature Of The Judicial Function. Marquette University Law School Legal Studies Research Paper Series, Research Paper No.07-01.

Patnoe, Lisa. (2002). The Implications of Recent Procedural Justice Research on the Evaluative-Facilitative Debate. Rutgers Conflict Res. Law Journal, 1(1).

Pennington, Nancy, and Hastie, Reid. (1991). A Cognitive Theory of Juror Decision Making: The Story Model. Cardozo Law Review, 13, 521.

Polsner, Richard. (2008). How Judges Think. Cambridge, Massachusetts: Harvard University Press.

Rachlinski, Jeffrey J. (1998). A Positive Psychological Theory of Judging in Hindsight. University of Chicago Law Review, 65, 571.

Resnik, Judith. (1982). Managerial Judges. Harvard Law Review, 96.

Riskin, Leonard. (1996). Understanding Mediator Orientations, Strategies and Techniques: A Grid for the Perplexed. Harvard Negotiation Law Review, 1, 7. Available at SSRN: http://ssrn.com/abstract=1506684

Riskin, Leonard L. (2003). Who Decides What? Rethinking the Grid of Mediator Orientations. Dispute Resolution Magazine 9(2), 22.

Robbennolt, Jennifer K. (2005). Evaluating Juries By Comparison To Judges: A Benchmark For Judging. Florida State University Law Review, 32, 469.

Robinson, Peter. (Summer 2009). Settlement Conference Judge – Legal Lion or Problem Solving Lamb: An Empirical Documentation of Judicial Settlement Conference Practices and Techniques. American Journal of Trial Advocacy, 33, 1,

Rose, Mary R., and Vidmar, Neil. The Bronx ‘Bronx Jury’: A Profile of Civil Jury Awards in New York Counties. (2002). Texas Law Review, 80, 1889.

Shestowsky, Donna, and Brett, Jeanne. (2008, November). Disputants’ Perceptions of Dispute Resolution Procedures: An Ex Ante and Ex Post Longitudinal Empirical Study. Connecticut Law Review, 41(1), 63.

Spencer, Bruce. (2007). Estimating the Accuracy of Jury Verdicts. Journal of Empirical Legal Studies 4, 305-329.

Sternlight, Jean R. (2005). Creeping Mandatory Arbitration: Is It Just? Stanford Law Review 57, 1631.

Tyler, Tom. (2006). Why People Obey the Law. Princeton, New Jersey: Princeton University Press.

Vidmar, Neil. (2007). American Juries: The Verdict. Amherst, New York: Prometheus Books.

Vidmar, Neil. (1998). The Performance of the American Civil Jury: An Empirical Perspective. Arizona Law Review 40, 849.

Vidmar, Neil, and Holman, Mirya. (2010). The Frequency, Predictability, and Proportionality of Jury Awards of Punitive Damages in State Courts in 2005: A New Audit. Suffolk University Law Review, XLIII, 855, 880.

Wissler, Roselle L., Hart, Allen J., and Saks, Michael J. (1999). Decision Making About General Damages: A Comparison of Jurors, Judges and Lawyers. Michigan Law Review, 98, 751.