New Challenges in Legal Psychology: Theory and Practice (NCLP2011)
Venue: Mykolas Romeris University
|Event Date/Time: Oct 21, 2011||End Date/Time: Oct 21, 2011|
|Registration Date: Oct 21, 2011|
|Early Registration Date: Aug 21, 2011|
|Abstract Submission Date: Jun 30, 2011|
Mykolas Romeris University invites you to participate in the Conference on â€˜New Challenges in Legal Psychology: Theory and Practiceâ€™. The conference will take place on October 21, Mykolas Romeris University, Lithuania: http://www.mruni.eu
The main mission of the conference is to bring together professionals of various areas of legal psychology. The aim is to share experience, discuss contemporary research and problems, and to outline perspectives of legal psychology development in future.
The conference will address the traditional and newest topics in legal psychology. Likewise it will overview theoretical and practical aspects of this science: issues in education of legal psychologists, professional competences of psychologist conducting psychological assessment, the role of psychologist in penal process, peculiarities of interrogation process, the evaluation of evidence reliability, false confessions, re-offense risk assessment, issues in procedural justice, the effectiveness of interventions, etc.
We invite submissions on a variety of topics in the context of legal psychology. The Scientific Committee encourages submission of abstracts in the following areas: Legal psychology, Forensic psychology, Criminal psychology, Police psychology, Correctional psychology.
The deadline for abstract submission is June 30, 2011.
The early registration to the Conference is before August 21, 2011; the late registration is after August 21, 2011. For submission guidelines and additional information, consult the conference website: http://lpconference.home.mruni.eu/call-for-papers/
We are also very pleased to offer you the opportunity to visit the very charming city of Vilnius, its old architecture being a hodge-podge of styles with Scandinavian, Russian and German influences. The mix blends well into a charming â€˜Vilnian Baroqueâ€™, that fills the cobblestone winding streets of the old quarter. The city is further enhanced by its picturesque setting in a valley at the confluence of the Neris and Vilnia rivers, nestling beneath wooded hills in the south-east corner of Lithuania.
Looking forward to see you in Vilnius!
For further information contact Conference organizerâ€™s:
Tel.: +370 (5) 271 4620â€¨
Ateities St. 20