NCJI is committed to producing new empirical research supportive of the civil justice system. To do this, the Institute collaborates with the nation’s top law schools in identifying academics working on cutting-edge legal research across the country, and invites them to prepare research for Academic Symposia. The papers prepared for the Symposia are published in the co-sponsoring law schools’ law reviews.
Law Reviews Resulting from NCJI Academic Symposia
2021: The Internet and the Law: Legal Challenges in the New Digital Age with UC Hastings Center for Litigation and Courts
2019: Class Actions, Mass Torts and MDLs: The Next 50 Years with Lewis & Clark Law School
2017: The Jury Trial and Remedy Guarantees: Fundamental Rights or Paper Tigers? with Oregon Law Review
2016: The Demise of the Grand Bargain: Compensation for Injured Workers in the 21st Century with Rutgers Law and Northeastern
2015: The “War” on the U.S. Civil Justice System with Emory Law