Thursday, April 14, 2011
Richard Moberly (Nebraska) sends us word of the upcoming (April 21-22) conference Evolving Issues in Discrimination: Social Science and Legal Perspectives. Presenters include Catherine Smith (Denver) Henry Chambers (Richmond), and George Martinez (SMU). Here's the conference brochure; here's a conference description:
The UNL Law-Psychology Program is pleased to host its sixth conference on important topics in psychology and law, funded by a UNL Program of Excellence award. This conference consists of three substantive areas, each evaluating how the law currently protects people from discrimination with different levels of established protection. Speakers will present empirical approaches to the issues in question, address the behavioral assumptions that make up an area of law, and analyze the issues from legal, psychology, and public policy perspectives.