2017 Summer Webinar #3: Using Cognitive Bias Evidence in the Courtroom

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2017 Summer Webinar #3: Using Cognitive Bias Evidence in the Courtroom

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Wednesday, July 26, 12pm - 1pm Pacific Time

Instructors: Felicia Medina and Jen Orthwein, Medina Orthwein LLP

Attentional Bias. Confirmation Bias. Expectation Bias. Recency Bias. Myriad forms of cognitive or implicit bias are well-recognized in scientific literature. But how can you use cognitive bias evidence in the courtroom? In this presentation, civil rights litigators Felicia Medina and Jen Orthwein will discuss when cognitive bias evidence can be useful, the forms this evidence can take, and strategies for getting it admitted in court. Whether you are litigating individual or class cases, civil or criminal cases, cognitive bias evidence may play a role. This webinar will provide a brief overview of cognitive bias and an in-depth discussion of when and how to develop this type of evidence to best serve your case.

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