NEW FEATURE! Welcoming NLR Guest Blogger PAUL M. SECUNDA
Paul Secunda is an Associate Professor of Law at Marquette University Law School.
Culturally-Motivated Cognition As a Type of New Legal Realism
The judicial role in society is popularly understood by its principle purpose of providing a fair adjudication of disputes by a neutral decisionmaker – the judge or the jury. Yet, a practical barrier exists. That practical barrier is cultural cognition.