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Saks to address administrative law judiciary group

Michael Saks
August 01, 2011

Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law Regents’ Professor of Law and Psychology Michael Saks will address the 2011 National Association of Administrative Law Judiciary Conference, Sept. 18-21, in Santa Fe, N.M.
The title of Saks’ talk is “Reliability Standards for Expert Opinion and Scientific Evidence.”

Saks’ research focuses on empirical studies of the legal system, especially decision-making, the behavior of the litigation system and the law’s use of science. A Faculty Fellow in the Center for Law, Science & Innovation, he is the fourth most-cited law-and-social-science scholar in the U.S., and has authored approximately 200 articles and books. Courses he has taught include criminal law, evidence, law and science, property and torts.

Janie Magruder,
Office of Communications, College of Law