Thinking Like a Lawyer
Published: Monday 13th October 2014
Is it different to thinking like other people? Insights from cognitive psychology and neuro-science challenge law students (and lawyers and judges) on how they really deal with facts and evidence (as opposed to how they think they do) and invite us to consider that we might all be 'predictably irrational' decision-makers.
Presented by Laurence Boulle, Thomas More Academy of Law
When: 21 October, 3.00 pm
Where: Moot Court, James Carroll Building, North Sydney campus
Enquiries to Jennifer.Downey@acu.edu.au.
Health Warning: This session may change the way you make decisions.