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2019 Symposium: Whiskey in the Courtroom
Evolving Trends in Forensic Science: Cognitive Bias in Forensic Science and in the Courtroom
*Registration and the waitlist for Whiskey 5 are now closed and no additional seats are available. Any cancellations will be filled by participants previously placed on the waitlist.
When: March 8, 2019
Location: Duke Law School
Presented by North Carolina Office Law of Indigent Defense Services, Duke Law Center for Criminal Justice and Professional Responsibility, and the Center for Statistics and Applications in Forensic Evidence
Registration & Posters
|8:45-9:00 am||Welcome and Introduction: Program Chairs Jamie Lau, Theresa Newman, and Sarah Rackley Olson|
View from the Bench (60 min. CLE credit)
Superior Court Judge Louis Trosch, J.D.
|10:00-10:20 am||Expert Panel (20 min. CLE credit)|
Cognitive Bias and Forensic Mental Health Evaluations (75 min. CLE credit)
Daniel Murrie, Ph.D., Sharon Kelley, J.D., Ph.D., and Brett Gardner, Ph.D.
University of Virginia
Cognitive Bias and Crime Labs (70 min. CLE credit)
Trial Skills - Cross Examining on Cognitive Bias (75 min. CLE credit)
Implicit Bias in the Criminal Justice System (75 min. CLE credit)
|NOTE: This agenda may change slightly, but it is anticipated that the program will offer a minimum of 6.25 CLE credits for participants.|