Document Type

Article

Publication Date

1992

College/Unit

WVU College of Law

Abstract

This Article examines three competing models for lawyer decision making. Reviewing literature drawn from other disciplines, Professor McDiarmid applies each model to a particular lawyer decision task and provides a critique both of applicability and of the underlying assumptions of the models themselves. The Article concentrates on the problem of prediction in the face of uncertainty.

Source Citation

1992 Wisconsin Law Review 1847

Comments

This article is included in the Research Repository @ WVU with the permission of the Wisconsin Law Review.

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