From the Vault!
Introducing Online Offerings from the Institute's Archives
In addition to our live programming, we are pleased to announce From the Vault!, where we will offer a variety of past seminars from our archives in an online format. Watch for more information.
Is Football Bad for the Brain?
Forensic Scientific, Medical-Legal and Societal Aspects of the Concussion Debate
March 12-13, 2010
4 Substantive CLE Hours, 4 Nursing CEUs
In the wake of the movie Concussion and amidst the ongoing debate over the causes and extent of organic brain damage among football players, the Institute has culled some highlights from its pioneering 2010 seminar, including neurosurgeons Julian Bailes and Joseph Maroon, sports medicine researcher Kevin Guskiewicz, and a panel of legal and player experts.
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Ethics and Experts
Ethical Considerations in Working with Forensic Experts
Dec. 18, 2015
2 Ethics CLE Hours
Featuring accomplished local civil litigators Steven Baicker McKee, now a Duquesne University Law Professor, and David Rodes, along with the Institute's own forensic expert namesake, Dr. Cyril H. Wecht, this recent roundtable discussion employs hypothetical scenarios to explore various critical ethical considerations in working with forensic experts.