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Reaching the Gen X Jury

Law.com has an interesting article about changing demographics in juries and how law schools are adjusting their curriculum.

"Professor Steven Lubet, the director of Northwestern's trial advocacy program, describes the use of high-tech trial techniques and their impact on case presentation to Gen X jurors as a fundamental shift, and he expects other law schools across the country to incorporate technology into their advocacy programs."

Source: Stark County Law Library Blawg