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15 August 2007

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Corey

"However, law students are probably less able to judge the quality of empirical work -- especially that involving statistical analyses -- than the quality of other articles."

If you keep making statements like that, you will never get published. Law students are as likely to understand statistics as anyone. In fact more are from science and econ. backgrounds these days vs. when many professors went through. They are also have good memories for people who underestimate their competence in print. :)

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