Quantitative Insights for Lawyers

Quantitative Insights for Lawyers
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The ability to deal with quantitative data is becoming increasingly important for lawyers. Estimates, probabilities and the likelihood that something will or will not happen in relation to a legally relevant insight or legal consideration, has become an important skill. We can witness its relevance in a famous case in The Netherlands – the case of Lucia de Berk, an unfortunate nurse who had been present at (initially) thirty deaths. According to the Public Prosecution Service, it was statistically practically impossible that this was a coincidence and although the medical evidence was weak, the statistical evidence lead to her conviction. Was this a miscarriage of justice or can we rely on the statistics?

This book offers quantitative insights to lawyers and teaches them to work with numbers. What is the context of those numbers? How can you make, interpret and evaluate probability judgements and predictions? As a lawyer, you do not need to know the exact technical details, but you do need to be able to ask the right questions and interpret the experts’ answers.

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Prof. Philip Hans Franses was inspired to write this book while teaching econometrics to law students. Franses is Professor of Applied Econometrics at Erasmus School of Economics and is also affiliated with Erasmus School of Law, traditionally a multidisciplinary faculty with a business-oriented and social profile.

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Auteur(s) Philip Hans Franses
ISBN Boek 978-94-6236-215-4,1e druk
Verschenen 12 augustus 2021
Aantal pagina's 204 pagina's
Geschikt voor Wetenschappelijk Onderwijs (WO), Hoger Beroepsonderwijs (HBO)
Merk Boom juridisch
Onderwerp(en) Law (general)
Taal Engels

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