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    • Allocating the Burden of Proof 

      Hay, Bruce L. (1997)
    • Bayes Wars Redivivus - An Exchange 

      Park, Roger C.; Tillers, Peter C.; Moss, Frederick C.; Risinger, D. Michael; Kaye, David H.; Allen, Ronald J.; Gross, Samuel R.; Hay, Bruce L.; Pardo, Michael S.; Kirgis, Paul F. (de Gruyter; Berkeley Electronic Press, 2010)
      An electronic exchange among 10 evidence scholars that began with a discussion of the restyled Federal Rules and grew into a significant restatement of debates in evidentiary scholarship over the last 50 years, touching ...
    • Charades: Religious Allegory in 12 Angry Men 

      Hay, Bruce L. (Chicago-Kent College of Law, 2007)
      This essay, a contribution to a symposium marking the 50th anniversary of the film 12 Angry Men, shows that the film is an intricate, carefully constructed allegory of a series of stories from the Hebrew Bible and the New ...
    • The Damned Dolls 

      Hay, Bruce L. (University of California Press, 2014)
      This article reads the Brown v. Board of Education case against the backdrop of the absurdist theater of the 1950s, a genre that flourished both in the art world and in the highly staged experiments of academic social ...
    • The Demoiselles d'Evanston: On the Aesthetics of the Wigmore Chart 

      Hay, Bruce L. (Oxford University Press, 2008)
      Wigmore's ‘The Problem of Proof’, published in 1913, was a path-breaking attempt to systematize the process of drawing inferences from trial evidence. In this paper, written for a conference on visual approaches to evidence, ...
    • The Earth Turned to Bring Us Closer 

      Hay, Bruce L. (Cardozo Law Review, 2008)
      This paper is part of a symposium issue entitled "Law and Event," whose subject is the work of the contemporary French philosopher Alain Badiou. The paper offers a reading of "21 Grams," a film that treats in narrative ...
    • Manufacturer Liability for Harms Caused by Consumers to Others 

      Hay, Bruce L.; Spier, Kathryn E. (American Economic Association, 2005)
      Should the manufacturer of a product be held legally responsible when a consumer, while using the product, harms someone else? We show that if consumers have deep pockets, then manufacturer liability is not desirable. If ...