New Review from UVA Law Professor
Thank you to Professor Gregory Mitchell for his review of Everyday Evidence: Federal Court. Professor Mitchell is a distinguished professor of law at the University of Virginia School of Law. Professor Mitchell's expertise includes Evidence, Complex Civil Litigation, and Behavioral Law and Economics. He is a graduate of the University of California at Berkeley School of Law and is honored with the Joseph Weintraub – Bank of America Distinguished Professor of Law award.
"I loved the way you structured your discussion of the rules, beginning with the text of the rule and explanation of the rule's function, followed by an example and pertinent case law (with an emphasis on cases from the Fourth Circuit).
This book should be a great resource for law students and practitioners, particularly those within the Fourth Circuit. Also, law students and new trial lawyers should find your introduction discussing common objections and your categories for objections very helpful. Well done."
Joseph Weintraub – Bank of America Distinguished Professor of Law
University of Virginia School of Law