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January 2014


The article discusses the use of the seminar model used in U.S. colleges and universities during jury deliberations in a sexual assault case. Topics discussed include the alleged attack being leveraged on traditional academic values at U.S. colleges and universities, the steps taken to reach a group consensus, and the importance of patience and tolerance of participants in a seminar.


This article, the Version of Record, originally appeared in Academe in Volume 100, Issue 1 and can be found at this link.
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