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Herbert M. Kritzer
Professor of Law
University of Minnesota

Professor Herbert M. Kritzer joined the Minnesota Law School faculty July 1, 2009. He is a leading scholar on the legal profession, the work of lawyers and other aspects of the American civil justice system, and other common law systems. He is an adjunct professor in the University of Minnesota's Department of Political Science. Professor Kritzer received a Ph.D in political science from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 1974.

Herbert M. Kritzer: Interview

Herbert M. Kritzer speaks with Valerie Hans on several issues:

Question 1: "Galileo's Revenge": the Controversy Over Expert Testimony and Concerns about Junk Science in the Courtroom

Question 2: Choosing an Observational Approach to Study the Impact of Daubert

Question 3: Findings - the Types of Cases Subject to Daubert Motions

Question 4: Findings - Daubert Effect on Civil Procedure Strategy

Question 5: Findings - Use of Daubert Motions in Settlement Discussions

Question 6: In Practice Daubert Benefits the Defense (Daubert Gets the Experts Out)