Unintentional Bias in Court

Research output: Book/ReportCommissioned report

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Unintentional Bias in Court. / Stammers, Sophie; Sarah Bunn, Dr.

Parliamentary Office of Science and Technology, 2015. 6 p.

Research output: Book/ReportCommissioned report

Harvard

Stammers, S & Sarah Bunn, D 2015, Unintentional Bias in Court. vol. 512, Parliamentary Office of Science and Technology.

APA

Stammers, S., & Sarah Bunn, D. (2015). Unintentional Bias in Court. Parliamentary Office of Science and Technology.

Vancouver

Stammers S, Sarah Bunn D. Unintentional Bias in Court. Parliamentary Office of Science and Technology, 2015. 6 p.

Author

Stammers, Sophie ; Sarah Bunn, Dr. / Unintentional Bias in Court. Parliamentary Office of Science and Technology, 2015. 6 p.

Bibtex

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