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Week of February 17 2013

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Date
Fri, 02/22/2013 - 8:15am - 4:30pm
Location
Roger Williams University School of Law
Body

Friday, February 22, 2013

8:15 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

How believable are children when they accuse someone of sexually abusing them? Can we tell when children are truthful, lying, or relating false memories implanted by adults? If a child has difficulty testifying eye-to-eye with an alleged abuser in open court, should the court allow the child to testify from the judge’s chambers by closed-circuit TV or permit adults – such as doctors, social workers, teachers, police – to testify about what the child told them? How are public opinion and the judicial system affected by media coverage of such cases? These are subjects of passionate controversy. This symposium brings together leading researchers in the field – from law, psychology, public policy, and communications – for what promises to be a lively and important discussion.

Symposium Participants:
Nicholas C. Bala, Professor, Law Faculty, Queens University, Canada
Ross A. Cheit, Professor of Political Science and Public Policy, Brown University
Jennifer J. Freyd, Professor of Psychology, University of Oregon
Gail Goodman, Professor of Psychology, University of California-Davis
Steven Gorelick, Professor of Media Studies, Hunter College, CCNY
Thomas D. Lyon, Professor of Law and Psychology, University of Southern California
Wendy J. Murphy, Adjunct Professor, New England Law School and author of And Justice for Some
Debra Poole, Professor of Psychology, Central Michigan University
Symposium Organizer & Moderator Carl T. Bogus, Professor of Law, RWU Law

Agenda

Brochure

This full day program is approved for 6 hours of CLE credits in Rhode Island.

Register Online

REGISTRATION FEE:
$75 includes a continental breakfast, lunch, and six Rhode Island MCLE credits.

 
Law students, judiciary, Class of 2012 RWU Law alumni, and attorneys from government agencies may attend the symposium complimentary but registration is required by February 15, 2013.

 
For further information and registration, contact the RWU Law Office of Alumni, Programs & Events at 401-254-4659 or lawevents@rwu.edu.  Refunds will be issued less a $25 processing fee with a written request by February 8, 2013. Refunds will not be issued after February 8, 2013.

Location
Roger Williams University School of Law
Body

Friday, February 22, 2013

8:15 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

How believable are children when they accuse someone of sexually abusing them? Can we tell when children are truthful, lying, or relating false memories implanted by adults? If a child has difficulty testifying eye-to-eye with an alleged abuser in open court, should the court allow the child to testify from the judge’s chambers by closed-circuit TV or permit adults – such as doctors, social workers, teachers, police – to testify about what the child told them? How are public opinion and the judicial system affected by media coverage of such cases? These are subjects of passionate controversy. This symposium brings together leading researchers in the field – from law, psychology, public policy, and communications – for what promises to be a lively and important discussion.

Symposium Participants:
Nicholas C. Bala, Professor, Law Faculty, Queens University, Canada
Ross A. Cheit, Professor of Political Science and Public Policy, Brown University
Jennifer J. Freyd, Professor of Psychology, University of Oregon
Gail Goodman, Professor of Psychology, University of California-Davis
Steven Gorelick, Professor of Media Studies, Hunter College, CCNY
Thomas D. Lyon, Professor of Law and Psychology, University of Southern California
Wendy J. Murphy, Adjunct Professor, New England Law School and author of And Justice for Some
Debra Poole, Professor of Psychology, Central Michigan University
Symposium Organizer & Moderator Carl T. Bogus, Professor of Law, RWU Law

Agenda

Brochure

This full day program is approved for 6 hours of CLE credits in Rhode Island.

Register Online

REGISTRATION FEE:
$75 includes a continental breakfast, lunch, and six Rhode Island MCLE credits.

 
Law students, judiciary, Class of 2012 RWU Law alumni, and attorneys from government agencies may attend the symposium complimentary but registration is required by February 15, 2013.

 
For further information and registration, contact the RWU Law Office of Alumni, Programs & Events at 401-254-4659 or lawevents@rwu.edu.  Refunds will be issued less a $25 processing fee with a written request by February 8, 2013. Refunds will not be issued after February 8, 2013.

 
5:00 pm
 
 
Date
Tue, 02/19/2013 - 5:30pm - 6:30pm
Location
http://law.rwu.edu/chat
Body

Join our students and admissions staff online for an informal, hour-long question and answer session.

Get the "inside" scoop on:

  • The application and decision-making process
  • Activities, organizations, and other opportunities to enhance the law school experience
  • Housing in the campus vicinity
  • Living in the Bristol, RI area
  • More...

This is an excellent opportunity to hear more about RWU Law from our students' perspectives.

Log in to connect with our students and staff.

Location
http://law.rwu.edu/chat
Body

Join our students and admissions staff online for an informal, hour-long question and answer session.

Get the "inside" scoop on:

  • The application and decision-making process
  • Activities, organizations, and other opportunities to enhance the law school experience
  • Housing in the campus vicinity
  • Living in the Bristol, RI area
  • More...

This is an excellent opportunity to hear more about RWU Law from our students' perspectives.

Log in to connect with our students and staff.

 
 
 
 
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Online Chat - Prospective Students

Tuesday, February 19, 2013
5:30 pm - 6:30 pm  |  http://law.rwu.edu/chat

Join our students and admissions staff online for an informal, hour-long question and answer session.

Get the "inside" scoop on:

  • The application and decision-making process
  • Activities, organizations, and other opportunities to enhance the law school experience
  • Housing in the campus vicinity
  • Living in the Bristol, RI area
  • More...

This is an excellent opportunity to hear more about RWU Law from our students' perspectives.

Log in to connect with our students and staff.

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Symposium: Child Witnesses in Sexual Abuse Cases

Friday, February 22, 2013
8:15 am - 4:30 pm  |  Roger Williams University School of Law

Friday, February 22, 2013

8:15 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

How believable are children when they accuse someone of sexually abusing them? Can we tell when children are truthful, lying, or relating false memories implanted by adults? If a child has difficulty testifying eye-to-eye with an alleged abuser in open court, should the court allow the child to testify from the judge’s chambers by closed-circuit TV or permit adults – such as doctors, social workers, teachers, police – to testify about what the child told them? How are public opinion and the judicial system affected by media coverage of such cases? These are subjects of passionate controversy. This symposium brings together leading researchers in the field – from law, psychology, public policy, and communications – for what promises to be a lively and important discussion.

Symposium Participants:
Nicholas C. Bala, Professor, Law Faculty, Queens University, Canada
Ross A. Cheit, Professor of Political Science and Public Policy, Brown University
Jennifer J. Freyd, Professor of Psychology, University of Oregon
Gail Goodman, Professor of Psychology, University of California-Davis
Steven Gorelick, Professor of Media Studies, Hunter College, CCNY
Thomas D. Lyon, Professor of Law and Psychology, University of Southern California
Wendy J. Murphy, Adjunct Professor, New England Law School and author of And Justice for Some
Debra Poole, Professor of Psychology, Central Michigan University
Symposium Organizer & Moderator Carl T. Bogus, Professor of Law, RWU Law

Agenda

Brochure

This full day program is approved for 6 hours of CLE credits in Rhode Island.

Register Online

REGISTRATION FEE:
$75 includes a continental breakfast, lunch, and six Rhode Island MCLE credits.

 
Law students, judiciary, Class of 2012 RWU Law alumni, and attorneys from government agencies may attend the symposium complimentary but registration is required by February 15, 2013.

 
For further information and registration, contact the RWU Law Office of Alumni, Programs & Events at 401-254-4659 or lawevents@rwu.edu.  Refunds will be issued less a $25 processing fee with a written request by February 8, 2013. Refunds will not be issued after February 8, 2013.

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