In Defense of Science
Bringing Science to Law
Scientific Evidence and Public Policy
Science and Regulation: Current Impasse and Future Solutions
Epistemology in the Courtroom: A Little "Knowledge" Is a Dangerous Thing
Learning from the Tobacco Industry about Science and Regulation
Legislating "Sound Science": The Role of the Tobacco Industry
"A Doctors' War": Expert Witnesses in Late 19th-Century America
A Daubert Motion: A Legal Strategy to Exclude Essential Scientific Evidence in Toxic Tort Litigation
Legal Causation and Responsibility for Causing Harm
Manufacturing Uncertainty: Contested Science and the Protection of the Public's Health and Environment
Law's Knowledge: Science for Justice in Legal Settings
What Has a Decade of Daubert Wrought?
Trial and Error: The Supreme Court's Philosophy of Science
Ten Years of Judicial Gatekeeping Under Daubert
Regulatory Parallels to Daubert: Stakeholder Influence, "Sound Science," and the Delayed Adoption of Health-Protective Standards
Daubert and the Proper Role for the Courts in Health, Safety, and Environmental Regulation
The Perils of Relying on Interested Parties to Evaluate Scientific Quality
The (Near) Irrelevance of Daubert to Criminal Justice and Some Suggestions for Reform
A Cognitive Scientist Looks at Daubert
Scientific Inferences in the Laboratory and the Law
The Weight of Scientific Evidence in Policy and Law
Expert Evidence, the Adversary System, and the Jury
Causation and Causal Inference in Epidemiology
Membership Benefits and Acceptance Form