LSE Philosophy Assistant Professor Lewis Ross just published his article ‘Why it’s time to allow researchers access to jury deliberations’ in the LSE magazine ‘Research for the World’ Issue 13.

While the secrecy of jury deliberations is regarded as fundamental, philosopher Lewis Ross argues there is a moral imperative to allow access for research. You can read the article here.

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LSE’s research spans all the social sciences, from economics, politics and law to cities, health policy, human rights and inequality. In the online magazine ‘Research for the World’, LSE is publishing the many ways the School’s academics are helping to shape the world’s political, economic and social future, with articles on new projects, research findings and other LSE news.