Professor Chris Chambers Goodman Presents "Implications of Words Used (and Avoided) in US Supreme Court Oral Arguments" -- City University of London
Professor Christine Chambers Goodman presented "Implications of Words Used (and Avoided) in US Supreme Court Oral Arguments" at the Ninth Applied Legal Storytelling Conference. Professor Goodman joined legal storytellers from around the world for the three day conference on the power of stories in law, persuasion, and justice. She presented a paper on how seldom US Supreme Court justices use words with racial meanings in cases involving racial issues, comparing the frequency of terms used in oral arguments with the frequency in eventual case opinions over time.
The Applied Legal Storytelling Conference brings together academics, judges, law-makers, practitioners, and any other type of legal storyteller. The biennial conference was held at The City Law School, City, University of London on July 26-28.
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