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Naalj 2010 Annual Conference - Excellence in Administrative Justice: Delivering Due Process

Conference Programming

Programming will include valuable instruction and provocative presentations for administrative adjudicators across all jurisdictions, agencies, and settings. It includes:

  • A full day of instruction in judicial writing by LAWriters chief instructor.
  • A full day of seminars on neurological subjects: How the Brain Works; Memory And Deception; The Neuroscience of Substance Dependence; Interaction of Culture and the Brain; and Brain Injury, Disability, Recovery and Assessment.
  • Goldberg v. Kelly: Casting a Long Shadow after 40 Years
  • Cognitive Bias and Judicial Decision-Making
  • Special Education topics: “How and Why Do You Apply the Sufficiency Standard?” and “To Ask or Not to Ask-What is Your Job as a Hearing Officer?”
  • Assessing Witness Credibility
  • Best Practices for Conducting Hearings Electronically
  • Best Practices for Hearings With Self-Represented Litigants
  • An Overview of International Courts
  • A Snapshot of Administrative Adjudication in Other Countries