Scientific Evidence and Equal Protection of the Law

  title={Scientific Evidence and Equal Protection of the Law},
  author={Angelo N. Ancheta},
"Ancheta takes on a profoundly challenging topic of fundamental importance-the interaction of law and social science in the context of controversies over equality-and crafts an elegant presentation that can be appreciated on multiple levels. It is accessible to non-lawyers, but at the same time rich in sophisticated insights for scholars at the frontier. He builds a bridge between intellectual cultures, helping scientists understand how their work is understood and used (or not) by the law, and… 

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Editors’ Introduction

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