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Prof. Ferguson on NPR and in The Economist on Predictive Policing

Wednesday, July 31, 2013   (0 Comments)
Posted by: Joe Libertelli
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Prof. Andrew FergusonON NPR:  UDC David A. Clarke School of Law Professor Andrew G. Ferguson has been visible in the media quite a bit lately on the strength of his recent book, Why Jury Duty Matters, and as a go-to expert on juries with regard to the high-profile Zimmerman murder trial.  

In this National Public Radio story, however, Ferguson is called on to discuss the implications of increasing police use of crime predictive software.  To read a (surprisingly inexact) transcript of the NPR story or to listen to it, click HERE

In The Economist:  Prof. Ferguson was also quoted by The Economist on "predictive policing." To read more, see Story 

 

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The University of the District of Columbia David A. Clarke School of Law, www.law.udc.edu, is among the nation's most racially, ethnically, class and age-diverse law schools.  Its minimum of 740 hours of clinical public interest legal service - a sum exceeded by most of its students - is clear evidence that the UDC David A. Clarke School of Law is America's preeminent public interest law school. 


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