In a book review, published in the inaugural edition of the Academic Chatter Review of Books, I discuss Character: What It Means and Why It Matters by Deborah L. Rhode. Professor Rhode is one of the leading experts on legal ethics in America, a professor at Stanford Law School, and director of the Center … Continue reading Book Review: Character: What It Means and Why It Matters by Deborah L. Rhode. New York. Oxford University Press. 2019. 336 pp.
The Reid Technique and Law Enforcement Interrogations of Juveniles
John E. Reid and Associates recently filed a defamation suit against Netflix and Ava DuVernay. The lawsuit arises from the recent series, When They See Us, which dramatizes the Central Park jogger case. Although the merits of the suit will be decided by the court, the Netflix series is not the first to call into question … Continue reading The Reid Technique and Law Enforcement Interrogations of Juveniles