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This workshop will present the role of environmental science in major court cases from the perspective of a former expert witness. Topics include fundamentals of environmental law, the role of federal agencies and tribes, importance of expert witnesses, ethical issues, and future trends in environmental lawsuits. We will also discuss the kinds of scientific evidence that are important in these cases, such as statistics, theoretical models, and the power of empirical measurements.


Item: S-669-SP18 Tom Ginn
9:00 AM - 12:00 PM Bldg: Sedona Center for Arts & Technology
Sessions: 1 F        Room: 28
4/20/2018 - 4/20/2018 Fee: $15.00
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