Wednesday, September 19, 2012

Call for Presentations: The National Center for Family Law at the University of Richmond School of Law

Call for Presentations:

The National Center for Family Law at the University of Richmond School of Law seeks presentation proposals relating to the role of cognitive bias and/or emotion in the practice and the evolution of family law, to be included in the Law School’s biennial State of the Family Symposium scheduled for September 15 – 16, 2013.  The 2013 Symposium theme is “The Divorcing Brain,” and, in addition to considering the role of cognitive bias and emotion in family law, will address topics including neuroscience of decision-making and the impact of cognitive bias on the lawyer-client relationship. We anticipate presentations will be between 20 to 50 minutes in length, depending on the topic

Submission Procedures:

Email an abstract or summary of the proposed presentation proposal as a Word or PDF document by 12/15/2012 to Professor Meredith Johnson Harbach, mharbach@richmond.edu. Applicants will be notified by January 31 whether their proposals have been accepted.

Symposium Details:

The Symposium will take place on the campus of the University of Richmond, Richmond, VA, beginning Sunday, September 15, 2013 at 1:00 pm and concluding at 5:00 pm on Monday, September 16, 2012, with solicited presentations on Monday. Dinner on Sunday and breakfast and lunch on Monday are included.

If you have questions about this call for presentations, please contact Meredith Johnson Harbach, mharbach@richmond.edu, or Adrienne E. Volenik, avolenik@richmond.edu.

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