“No such thing as probability” in the Law? – this does not compute
That’s not a quote from reasons for judgment (yet).
Across the North Atlantic, two professors of mathematics who ought to have crossed a few quadrangles – no doubt somebody was about – and asked for clarification have shown that some mathematicians know as little about law as some lawyers (academic or in practice) know about math.
See “”No such thing as probability” in the Law?” here and here.
I have it on good authority that there are well-regarded law faculties at the schools with which both professors are associated.