In conjunction with Citizens Bank and Bernero & Press, DOAR is pleased to host a breakfast to consider the issues of diversity and inclusion in law and legal services. In facilitating a gathering of senior legal leadership across the full spectrum of sector participants, we seek to foster and promote a sharing of practical thought leadership and helpful networking.
Attendees will include senior management of law firms and corporations, and other industry participants – coming together in a format designed to encourage idea generation and problem-solving through relaxed dialogue...Read Full Article >
In The New York Times, DOAR’s Roy Futterman Discusses The Juror Allegations in the NYPD Officer Peter Liang Trial
DOAR Jury Expert Roy Futterman, Ph.D. comments on the judicial inquiry into an alleged stealth juror in advance of the sentencing of NYPD Officer Peter Liang.
Click here to read the article and see the insights that Dr. Futterman offers towards the end.
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DOAR is proud to sponsor the Women Lawyers Association of Los Angeles panel on “Women Leaders in Criminal Justice” to be held at the Loyola Law School in Los Angeles on April 7, 2016.Read Full Article >
Julie Blackman, Ph.D. and Ellen Brickman, Ph.D.
Update: 4/5/2016 – Survey results added to the end.
This week — on March 31 — the attorneys in the Oracle America v. Google trial before Judge William Alsup in the Northern District of California will have to tell Judge Alsup whether they will forego conducting internet searches on prospective jurors. Judge Alsup has stopped short of forbidding such searches, although if the attorneys do search, Judge Alsup will inform the jurors about this in advance and...Read Full Article >