16 Journal of Law & Policy 6 (2007)
As the series, Science for Judges, wends to the closure of this phase, the members of the advisory group working with Professor Margaret Berger came together to honor her. We did so by a contribution to the Brooklyn Law School’s library for books in the field close to her heart and on which she has made such a mark— science and the law. As Judge Weinstein aptly put it, Margaret’s work has served as a “bridge” between the two. Margaret saw the need to build that bridge long before others realized that a gap existed. The commentary that follows records some of the many comments made in her honor in the spring of 2007.
Date of Authorship for this Version
Resnik, Judith, "No Daubert Hearing Necessary: The Extraordinary Expertise of Margaret Berger" (2007). Faculty Scholarship Series. Paper 3859.