Law, Probability and Risk


The journal publishes papers that deal with topics on the interface of law and probabilistic reasoning. These are interpreted broadly to include aspects relevant to the interpretation of scientific evidence, the assessment of uncertainty and the assessment of risk. The readership is primarily academic lawyers, mathematicians, statisticians and social scientists with interests in quantitative reasoning.

Non-evidence law topics include environmental issues, mass torts, causation, risk assessment, medical and pharmaceutical litigation involving the evaluation of epidemiological and bio-statistical evidence according to legal criteria.

The primary objective of the journal is to cover issues in law, which have a scientific element, with an emphasis on statistical and probabilistic issues and the assessment of risk.

Online ISSN: 1470-840X
Print ISSN: 1470-8396

1 MARCH 2023, Volume 22, Issue 1

Citation: Law Probability and Risk (2023) 22 (1): 1


Correction to: Priors neutral between the parties: The Batson motion in Idaho v. Ish
Reference populations for examining possible racial profiling
Combining reproducibility and repeatability studies with applications in forensic science
From specific-source feature-based to common-source score-based likelihood-ratio systems: ranking the stars
On stochastic modelling of actuarial compensation for loss of future earnings in Turkey


 Dr D. Lucy Book reviews editor
 Dr J. Franklin Editor
 Prof. C.G.G. Aitken Editor-in-chief
 Prof. F. Taroni Editor
 Prof. Jonathan Koehler Editor
 Prof. Joseph Gastwirth Editor
 Prof. Peter Tillers Editor