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Addressing Bias in Legal Cases Using Behavioral Science

TASA ID: 22108

On February 1, 2023 at 3:00 p.m. (ET), The TASA Group, in conjunction bias and decision making expert Dr. Gleb Tsipursky, presented a one-hour interactive webinar presentation, Addressing Bias in Legal Cases Using Behavioral Science, for all legal professionals.

Learning Objectives

•        Learn about a number of prominent cognitive biases that can cause problems in legal cases

•        Assess where bias, explicit and implicit, might be a problem in your legal work

•        Understand peer-reviewed best practices for addressing bias in legal cases

•        Develop a plan to integrate your understanding of cognitive biases and how to address them into your legal work


About the Expert:

Dr. Gleb Tsipursky is a cutting-edge expert with a PhD in bias and decision making. Trained in the Daubert standard, he offers expert witness services in employment law, organizational and industrial psychology, risk management, jury selection, and public procurement, where he served as a star witness in a $23 billion bid protest case. The best-selling author of 7 books, he is best known for his two global best-sellers Never Go With Your Gut (Career Press, 2019) and The Blindspots Between Us (New Harbinger, 2020). He has over 650 articles in prominent venues such as Harvard Business Review, Fortune, USA Today, Time, Scientific American, Psychology Today, and Forbes. He also published over 30 peer-reviewed pieces in academic venues. His work was translated into Chinese, Korean, Russian, French, and German.

Note: This webinar was approved for CLE credit in CA, NJ, PA, and IL.

Disclaimer: Please remember that if you are applying for CLE credit you must attend for the full 60 minutes of the LIVE presentation, not the ONDemand version. If a participant is seeking credit in states we are not approved to issue credit and the participating party seeking credit incurs a fee to receive said credit, it is not the obligation of TASA to remit payment for such credit. It is the participant's obligation to remit payment to the state in which they would like to receive credit.

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