Upcoming CLE: Neuroscience onTrial
New Uses of Neuroscientific Evidence in Civil and Criminal Litigation
Presented by The Cyril H. Wecht Institute of Forensic Science and Law, Forensic Fridays…
Friday, Feb. 10
1 – 4:30 p.m.
Africa Room, Duquesne University
With the explosion of litigation stemming from traumatic brain injuries and post-concussive syndrome, as well as the emerging role of fMRI scans to detect deception in criminal suspects, the role of neuroscience in the justice system has never been greater. Please join Dr. Lawson F. Bernstein, Jr., a clinical and forensic neuropsychiatrist; William R. Caroselli, an attorney who concentrates his practice on personal injury law, toxic torts and complex litigation; and Professor Jane Campbell Moriarty, associate dean and Carol Los Mansmann Chair in Faculty Scholarship at Duquesne University's School of Law, for this timely and informative seminar.
This seminar is accredited by the Pennsylvania CLE Board for three (3) substantive hours of CLE credit. Act 48 credit is available for Pennsylvania primary and secondary school teachers.
For more information or to register, visit www.duq.edu/forensics
Or contact the Wecht Institute at 412-396-1330 or firstname.lastname@example.org
NEW EDITION OF SNITZER ON EMINENT DOMAIN
This is the first totally revised edition of this standard work which was first published in 1964 and updated with 17 supplements (last one more than 1,000+ pages) which became much bigger than the original book.
Bass, Herbert, Marc E. Needles, David B. Snyder. Snitzer Pennsylvania Eminent Domain. 2012 ed. Philadelphia: George T. Bisel Co., 2012. 450p.
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