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Learn what brain science research reveals about legal decision making.
Friday, February 7, 2014
6 CLE ethics credits
To register, go to www.wsbacle.org and enter 140207 in search field.
7. 25 x 4.75
Applying the Neuroscience of Decision
Making to the Practice of Law:
Tools to Maximize Effectiveness,
Efficiency, and Fairness
Join Kimberly Papillon, nationally recognized expert on judicial
and legal decision making, for a special one-day program that may
change the way you think about and communicate with clients,
partners, opposing counsel, judges,
In this highly interactive program,
Ms. Papillon will draw on the latest
brain science research to explain how
attorneys – whether in litigation or
transactional practice – make decisions,
how these decisions can be affected by
subtle, unconscious processes and preconceptions, and how thoughts
and actions can be changed to increase the impartiality and fairness
of the decisions made.
WSBA Conference Center | 1501 4th Ave., Ste 308
Seattle, WA 98101-1660
(with a live webcast option)