Faculty Publications

          Roger C. Park

          Books

          Journal Articles

          • Exporting the Hearsay Provisions of the Federal Rules of Evidence, 33 B.U. Int'l L.J. 327 (2015). FULLTEXT
          • Hits, Misses, and False Alarms in Blind and Sequential Administration of Lineups, 58 How. L.J. 459 (2014). FULLTEXT
          • The Restyled Federal Rules of Evidence, 53 Wm. & Mary L. Rev. 1435 (2012). FULLTEXT
          • Bayes Wars Redivivus, 8 Int'l Comment. on Evidence Art. 1 (2010) (with Peter Tillers et al.). SSRN
          • Reflections on Teaching Evidence with an Audience Response System, 75 Brook. L. Rev. 1315 (2010). FULLTEXT SSRN
          • Impeachment with Evidence of Prior Convictions, 36 Sw. U. L. Rev. 793 (2008). FULLTEXT
          • Signature Identification in the Light of Science and Experience, 59 Hastings L.J. 1101 (2008). FULLTEXT SSRN
          • Is Confrontation the Bottom Line?, 19 Regent U. L. Rev. 459 (2007). FULLTEXT
          • Evidence Scholarship Reconsidered: Results of the Interdisciplinary Turn, 47 B.C. L. Rev. 949 (2006) (with Michael J. Saks). FULLTEXT
          • Purpose as a Guide to the Interpretation of the Confrontation Clause, 71 Brook. L. Rev. 297 (2005). FULLTEXT
          • Daubert on a Tilted Playing Field, 33 Seton Hall L. Rev. 1113 (2003). FULLTEXT
          • Eyewitness Identification: Expert Witnesses Are Not the Only Solution, 2 Law, Probability & Risk 305 (2003). FULLTEXT SSRN
          • Posner on Teaching Evidence, 21 Quinnipiac L. Rev. 741 (2003). FULLTEXT
          • Sometimes What Everybody Thinks They Know Is True, 27 Law & Hum. Behav. 629 (2003) (with Richard Friedman). FULLTEXT
          • Visions of Applying the Scientific Method to the Hearsay Rule, 2003 Mich. St. L. Rev. 1149 (2003). FULLTEXT
          • Grand Perspectives on Evidence Law, 87 Va. L. Rev. 2055 (2001). FULLTEXT
          • Making the Grade: A Modest Extension of Bush v. Gore, 18 Const. Comment. 301 (2001). FULLTEXT
          • Would a Market-Based Test Clarify Entrapment?, 1 Int'l Comment. on Evidence Art. 3 (1999). FULLTEXT
          • Character at the Crossroads, 49 Hastings L.J. 717 (1998). FULLTEXT
          • Hearsay, Dead or Alive?, 40 Ariz. L. Rev. 647 (1998). FULLTEXT
          • Character Evidence Issues in the O.J. Simpson Case—Or, Rationales of the Character Evidence Ban, With Illustrations from the Simpson Case, 67 U. Colo. L. Rev. 747 (1996). FULLTEXT
          • Improving Juror Comprehension of Judicial Instructions on the Entrapment Defense, 26 J. Applied Soc. Psych. 1838 (1996) (with Dean Morier & Eugene Borgida).
          • Jurors' Use of Probabilistic Evidence, 20 Law & Hum. Behav. 49 (1996) (with Brian C. Smith, Steven D. Penrod & Amy L. Otto). CATALOG
          • Probability and Proof in State v. Skipper: An Internet Exchange, 35 Jurimetrics J. 277 (1995) (with Ronald J. Allen et al.). FULLTEXT
          • The Crime Bill of 1994 and the Law of Character Evidence: Congress Was Right About Consent Defense Cases, 22 Fordham Urb. L.J. 271 (1995). FULLTEXT
          • The Definition of Hearsay: To Each Its Own, 16 Miss. C. L. Rev. 125 (1995). FULLTEXT
          • "Other Crimes" Evidence in Sex Offense Cases, 78 Minn. L. Rev. 529 (1994) (with David P. Bryden). FULLTEXT
          • Uncharged Misconduct Evidence in Sex Crime Cases: Reassessing the Rule of Exclusion, 141 Mil. L. Rev. 171 (1993) (with David P. Bryden). FULLTEXT
          • Juror Decision Making and the Evaluation of Hearsay Evidence, 76 Minn. L. Rev. 683 (1992) (with Peter Miene & Eugene Borgida). FULLTEXT
          • Jurors' Perceptions of Eyewitness and Hearsay Evidence, 76 Minn. L. Rev. 703 (1992) (with Margaret Bull Kovera & Steven D. Penrod). FULLTEXT
          • The New Wave of Hearsay Reform Scholarship, 76 Minn. L. Rev. 363 (1992). FULLTEXT
          • Evidence Scholarship, Old and New, 75 Minn. L. Rev. 849 (1991). FULLTEXT
          • Procedural Options for Resolving Hearsay Issues, 13 Cardozo L. Rev. 929 (1991). FULLTEXT
          • "I Didn't Tell Them Anything About You": Implied Assertions as Hearsay under the Federal Rules of Evidence, 74 Minn. L. Rev. 783 (1990). FULLTEXT
          • Confining the Expert: Rule 703(b) of the Rules of Evidence, 47 Bench & B. Minn. 33 (Mar. 1990). CATALOG
          • Don't Speak for Yourself: The Lawyer's Duty to Refrain from Expressing Personal Opinion at Trial, 36 Fed. B. News & J. 36 (1989). CATALOG
          • Civil Trial Specialization, 4 MLM View 3 (Oct. 1988).
          • The Entrapment Defense: Juror Comprehension and Decision Making, 12 Law & Hum. Behav. 19 (1988) (with Eugene Borgida). CATALOG
          • The Rationale of Personal Admissions, 21 Ind. L. Rev. 509 (1988). FULLTEXT
          • A Subject Matter Approach to Hearsay Reform, 86 Mich. L. Rev. 51 (1987). FULLTEXT
          • The Hearsay Rule and the Stability of Verdicts: A Response to Professor Nesson, 70 Minn. L. Rev. 1057 (1986). FULLTEXT
          • The Design of Computer-Aided Lessons on Law, 1 Y.B. L. Computers & Tech. 78 (1984).
          • Computer Instruction in the Classroom: Update, 4 Nat'l L.J. 17 (Jan. 1982) (with Russell Burris). CATALOG
          • McCormick on Evidence and the Concept of Hearsay: A Critical Analysis Followed by Suggestions to Law Teachers, 65 Minn. L. Rev. 423 (1981). FULLTEXT
          • Computer-Aided Instruction in Law: Theories, Techniques, and Trepidations, 1978 Am. B. Found. Res. J. 1 (1978) (with Russell Burris). FULLTEXT
          • The Entrapment Controversy, 60 Minn. L. Rev. 163 (1976). FULLTEXT
          Chapters In Books

          • Adversarial Influences on the Interrogation of Trial Witnesses, in Adversarial Versus Inquisitorial Justice: Psychological Perspectives on Criminal Justice Systems 131 (Peter J. van Koppen & Steven D. Penrod eds., Kluwer 2003). CATALOG
          • Empirical Evaluation of the Hearsay Rule, in Essays for Colin Tapper 91 (Peter Mirfield & Roger Smith eds., LexisNexis UK 2003). AMAZON
          • Sexual Assault and the Rule Against Character Reasoning, in Proceedings of the First World Conference on New Trends in Criminal Investigation and Evidence 329 (J.F. Nijboer & J. M. Reijntjes eds. 1997).
          • The Evaluation of Hearsay Evidence: A Social Psychological Approach, in Individual and Group Decision making: Current Issues 151 (N. John Castellan, Jr., ed., Lawrence Erlbaum Associates 1993).
          • Using Computer Exercises to Support Traditional Classroom Instruction, in Proceedings of the IBM Academic Information Systems Seminar for Deans of Law Schools 25 (IBM 1985) (reprinted in 3 CALI Report 2 (1986). CATALOG
          • Entrapment, in 2 Encyclopedia of Crime and Justice 704 (Sanford H. Kadish ed., Free Press 1983). CATALOG
          • Computer–Assisted Teaching, in Legal Education And Lawyer Competency: Curricula for Change 146 (Fernand N. Dutile ed., Univ. of Notre Dame Press 1981). CATALOG
          Book Reviews

          • An Outsider's View of Common Law Evidence, 96 Mich. L. Rev. 1486 (1998) (reviewing Mirjan R. Damaska, Evidence Law Adrift (1997)). HEIN WL
          • A Method in His Madness, 74 A.B.A. J. 120 (Jun. 1987) (reviewing Michael Levin, The Socratic Method (1987)). HEIN
          • Book Review, 35 J. Legal Educ. 604 (1985) (reviewing Jack H. Friedenthal & Michael Singer, The Law of Evidence (1985)). HEIN
          Reports, Working Papers & Training Materials

          • Interdisciplinary Trends in Evidence Scholarship (2005) (with Michael J. Saks) (Working Paper Series). URL
          • Analysis of a Diversity Case, CALI: The Center for Computer–Assisted Legal Instruction (with Douglas McFarland). URL
          • Character Evidence Under Federal Rules, CALI: The Center for Computer–Assisted Legal Instruction. URL
          • Demurrers and Judgments, CALI: The Center for Computer–Assisted Legal Instruction (with Douglas McFarland). URL
          • Drafting a Complaint, CALI: The Center for Computer–Assisted Legal Instruction (with Douglas McFarland). URL
          • Evidence for Procedure Students, CALI: The Center for Computer–Assisted Legal Instruction (with Douglas McFarland). URL
          • Hearsay from Square One: The Definition of Hearsay, CALI: The Center for Computer–Assisted Legal Instruction (with Kenneth Kirwin). URL
          • Impeachment and Rehabilitation of Witnesses, CALI: The Center for Computer–Assisted Legal Instruction. URL
          • Judgments as a Matter of Law, CALI: The Center for Computer–Assisted Legal Instruction (with Douglas McFarland). URL
          • Jurisdiction and Venue, CALI: The Center for Computer–Assisted Legal Instruction (with Douglas McFarland). URL
          • Model Rules of Professional Conduct I: Preliminary Drill, CALI: The Center for Computer–Assisted Legal Instruction (with Kenneth Kirwin). URL
          • Model Rules of Professional Conduct II: Questions and Problems, CALI: The Center for Computer–Assisted Legal Instruction (with Kenneth Kirwin). URL
          • Preclusion, CALI: The Center for Computer–Assisted Legal Instruction (with Douglas McFarland). URL
          • Summary Judgment, CALI: The Center for Computer–Assisted Legal Instruction (with Douglas McFarland). URL
          • Survey of Evidence, CALI: The Center for Computer–Assisted Legal Instruction. URL
          • The Concept of Hearsay, CALI: The Center for Computer–Assisted Legal Instruction. URL
          • The Defense Function, CALI: The Center for Computer–Assisted Legal Instruction (with Kenneth Kirwin). URL
          • The Hearsay Rule and its Exceptions, CALI: The Center for Computer–Assisted Legal Instruction. URL
          • Waiver Under Rule 12, CALI: The Center for Computer–Assisted Legal Instruction (with Douglas McFarland). URL