The Litigation Section presents
Neuroscience of Memory in the Courtroom
Taking an age-old issue of memory and addressing it with scientific evidence.
||Thursday, April 22, 2021
||12:00 - 1:15 p.m.
From witness testimony to jury deliberations, memory is a critical part of our trial system. This panel will discuss the
development of scientific research regarding memory, the role of technology in understanding memory, and the practical
implications on trials.
- Cutting edge research on the neuroscience of memory
- Technological attempts to “solve” memory issues
- Admissibility of expert testimony
Lauren Kramer Sujeeth, Rogers Joseph O'Donnell
Event Code: G213104
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