What is the current status and likely future of psychology as applied to law? As part of the Fordham Law-Psychology Seminar, this forum brings together three experts to describe their current work in forensic psychology. Each presentation is 20 minutes and will allow time for discussion afterwards.
Professor Robert Emmons, J.D., Fordham University
Harold Takooshian, Ph.D., Fordham University
Rafael Art Javier, Ph.D., American Board of Professional Psychology and St. John’s University
Rectifying False Confessions
Jeffrey Deskovic, Founder and President, Jeffrey Deskovic Foundation for Justice
Understanding Homicide Activism
Melissa Leeolou, Fordham University followed by case studies of homicide activists
Cory H. Morris, J.D., Social Justice Attorney
Beverages will be served. All are welcome. This forum is hosted by the Fordham-LC Law-Psychology seminar, in cooperation with MPA, SPSSI-NY, and the NYSPA Forensic Division. For more details, go to spssi.org/ny, or contact firstname.lastname@example.org
This event is open to alumni, faculty/staff, students, and the public.