Sam Sommers at Harvard Law School
Posted by The Situationist Staff on November 5, 2010
Today the HLS Student Association for Law and Mind Sciences (SALMS) is hosting a talk by Tufts psychology professor Sam Sommers entitled “Empirical Perspectives on Jury Diversity.”
Professor Sommers has extensively studied the interaction between the legal system and the psychology of race, stereotyping, and diversity and has served as an expert witness on racial bias and eyewitness testimony in a number of trials.
Professor Sommers will be speaking in Hauser 102. Free bagels will be provided! For more information, e-mail email@example.com.
You can review a list of Situationist posts discussing Professor Sommers’s work by clicking here.
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