Oñati Socio-Legal Series

The Oñati Socio-Legal Series is an international peer-reviewed on-line journal which publishes work within the field of law and society. This is broadly defined to include work which makes a significant contribution to the understanding and analysis of law as a set of social institutions, processes, practices or techniques, using any methodologies and approaches from the social sciences and humanities.

    All papers are double-blind peer-reviewed by two referees.

    Vol 6, No 2 (2016): Juries and Mixed Tribunals across the Globe: New Developments, Common Challenges and Future Directions

    (April-June)
    Issue edited by Nancy S. Marder (IIT Chicago-Kent College of Law – Chicago) and Valerie P. Hans (Cornell Law School, Ithaca – New York).

    Table of Contents

    Introduction

    Introduction to Juries and Mixed Tribunals across the Globe: New Developments, Common Challenges and Future Directions PDF
    Nancy S. Marder, Valerie P. Hans 163-178

    New Developments, Practices, and Innovations

    Judge-Jury Interaction in Deliberation: Enhancement or Obstruction of Independent Jury Decision-Making? PDF
    Jae-Hyup Lee, Jisuk Woo 179-196
    Legal Interpreter for the Jury: The Role of the Clerk of the Court in Spain PDF
    Mar Jimeno-Bulnes, Valerie P. Hans 197-215
    Citizen Views on Punishment: the Difference between Talking and Deciding PDF
    Maria Ines Bergoglio 216-234
    Civil Justice: Lay Judges in the EU Countries PDF
    Stefan Machura 235-254
    Tempest in a Teapot – The Role of the Decision Tree in Enhancing Juror Comprehension and Whether It Interferes with the Jury’s Right to Deliberate Freely? PDF
    Marie Comiskey 255-282

    Common Challenges

    Using Pretest-Posttest Research Designs to Enhance Jury Decision-Making PDF
    Jane Goodman-Delahunty, Natalie Martschuk, Anne Cossins 283-314
    The Challenge for Cause Procedure in Canadian Criminal Law PDF
    Regina A. Schuller, Caroline Erentzen 315-333

    The Jury as a Political Institution

    Popular Sovereignty and the Jury Trial PDF
    Robert Patrick Burns 334-343
    Trust in the Justice System: Internet Survey after Introducing Mixed Tribunal System in Japan PDF
    Masahiro Fujita, Nahoko Hayashi, Syûgo Hotta 344-367
    Lay Adjudication in Europe: The Rise and Fall of the Traditional Jury PDF
    John Jackson, Nikolai Kovalev 368-395

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