ON 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
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.