Science in Court (Routledge Revivals) (Paperback)
First published in 1998, this volume contains essays from leading thinkers on both sides of the Atlantic on the relationship between law and science. Science plays an ever-increasing part in the development of legislation and the adjudication of cases. Its limitations and its value are explored in these essays which discuss issues of methodology and of evidence. Amongst areas covered are silicone breast implants, the rape trauma syndrome, the environment, inventions and Bayesianism.
Michael Freeman, FBA is Professor of English Law at University College London where he teaches jurisprudence, Medicine, Ethics and the Law: and Conflicts of Laws. He is editor of Current Legal Problems, the International Journal of Children's Rights and general editor of the International Library of Medicine Ethics and Law. He is the Vice president of the International Society of Family Law.