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Neil Vidmar, Russell M. Robinson, II Professor Emeritus of Law and Psychology and Neuroscience and Affiliate of the Duke Initiative for Science & Society and Faculty Network Member of Duke Institute for Brain Sciences

Neil Vidmar
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Office Location:  Duke Law School 210 Science Dr, Duke Box 90362, Durham, NC 27708
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Ph.D.University of Illinois1967
MA Psychology1965
M.A.University of Illinois1965
A.B. Psychology (Cum Laude)MacMurray College, Jacksonville, IL1962
B.A.Macmurray College1962
Recent Publications   (More Publications)   (search)

  1. Vidmar, N; Kritzer, H (2015). When the Lawyer Screws Up: A Portrait of Legal Malpractice Claims and Their Resolution. [available here]
  2. Vidmar, N; Kritzer, H (2015). Lawyers on Trial: Juror Hostility to Defendants in Legal Malpractice Trials. Hofstra Law Review, 44, 375-399. [available here]
  3. Vidmar, N; MacKillop, K (2015). Decision-Making in the Dark: How Pre-Trial Errors Change the Narrative in Criminal Jury Trials. Chicago-Kent Law Review, 90(3), 957-980.
  4. Vidmar, N (2015). Jurors Do Their Jobs Well. Judicature, 99(2), 4.
  5. Vidmar, N; Liu, G; Johnson, C (2014). Do Racial Disparities Exist During Pretrial Decisionmaking? Evidence from North Carolina. [3344]

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