This article replies to Bruce Green's critical response to my essay The Market for Bad Legal Advice. The first part defends the account of the facts and law in the aggregate litigation case study discussed in the essay. The second part elaborates on my views on the role of the academic expert witness in litigation.
William H. Simon,
Transparency is the Solution, Not the Problem: A Reply to Bruce Green,
Stanford Law Review, Vol. 60, p. 1673, 2008; Columbia Public Law Research Paper No. 08-178
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