Our survey found that solicitors apply higher % scores than barristers to the same prospects advice phrases, suggesting that barristers take a more pessimistic view of case prospects than solicitors even though they might use the same language.
This is the second part of a three-part series from Balance Legal Capital on “Litigation Superforecasting”, inspired by a recent book called “Superforecasting – The Art & Science of Prediction” by Philip Tetlock and Dan Gardner.
This is the first of a three-part series in which Robert Rothkopf extracts important lessons for litigators and consumers of legal advice from the recent book “Superforecasting – The Art & Science of Prediction”. Part 1 focuses on the need for lawyers to embrace the use of percentage probabilities when considering the merits of a case, not only to reduce the scope for confusion but also to [...]
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