Rebecca Klemm, Ph.D. has been retained as a testifying expert in the area of statistics, labor economics, finance, and database construction for numerous matters. She has testified during liability and damages aspects of trials.
Dr. Klemm has served two terms as one of the seven scientists of the National Conference of Lawyers and Scientists of the American Association for the Advancement of Science and the Science and Technology Section, American Bar Association.
“Statistics,” Scientific Evidence Review Monograph, American Bar Association Section of Science & Technology Law, E. Drogin, Editor, chapter for publication during 2006, with D. Stroup.
“Estimating the Effects of Air Pollution on Human Health” Modeling Issues,” Scientific Evidence Review, Current Issues at the Crossroads of Science, Technology and the Law, Monograph No. 7, American Bar Association Section of Science & Technology Law, C. Cwik and H. Witt, Editors, 2006, pages 147-158.
VA Physician and Dentist Pay Comparability and Employment Study , with T. Garton, September 30, 2001.
Program Evaluation Summary – Montgomery GI Bill, Montgomery GI Bill – Select Reserves, and Survivors’ and Dependents’ Educational Assistance Program , with M. Tannen, August 17, 2000.
“Aerosol Research and Inhalation Epidemiological Study (ARIES): Air Quality and Daily Mortality Statistical Modeling – Interim Results,” with R. M. Mason, Journal of Air and Waste Management, August 2000.
“Meta-Analysis,” Appendix K, Prevention Effectiveness, edited by Anne Haddix, et al., with D. Stroup and G. D. Williamson, 1996, Oxford University Press.
“A Court-Appointed Expert as the Sole Source of Statistical Analysis,” Second International Conference on Forensic Statistics, Arizona State University, March 21, 1993, Jurimetrics, Winter 1994.