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Posted on: May 20, 2014

How do you spot bad science when using non-record social science evidence in appellate briefs? This helpful graphic and series of blog posts from The Appellate Advocacy Blog can help.

Click here to read "Spotting Bad Science in Social Science Research." View the follow up post, "Social Science Research for Lawyers, Part II," here.

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