Thursday, March 27, 2008
J.J. Koehler, a professor in the Business School at the University of Texas at Austin, who has done fascinating and important work on how juries make sense (or nonsense!) of probablistic evidence, has accepted a joint appointment in the College of Law and Business School at Arizona State University. He joins other leading scholars at ASU working at the intersection of law, science, and evidence, including David Kaye and Michael Saks. The ASU press release is here.