Neuroscience of Decision-Making

Thursday February 2nd, 2017 - 8:00 AM
(3.0 CLEs) Kimberly Papillon is a nationally recognized educator and expert on issues related to decision-making in many disciplines, including the law. She will explain and discuss how neuroscience—along with ethics, social cognition, and cultural competency--affects how judges make decisions. Knowing the science behind judicial decision making can help practitioners craft their arguments and factual presentations to better advocate for their clients.
Speakers: Kimberly Papillon
Written Material(s): Neuroscience of Decision-Making.pdf

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