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Source: Linton A. Mohammed, PhD, Interdisciplinary Symposium Co-Chair
The 2017 AAFS Interdisciplinary Symposium will be held on Tuesday, February 14. The theme of the Interdisciplinary Symposium is “The Evolution of Daubert and Its Effects on the Forensic Sciences.” Attendees will hear from a stellar lineup of speakers including judges, attorneys, academics, and practitioners. The speakers all have considerable experience in dealing with the challenges posed by Daubert cases and their international equivalents. There will be “Question & Answer” sessions that will enable attendees to interact with the speakers. Check the Advance Program on the AAFS website for speaker and presentation information.
Please register now! With the low registration fee of $50, the Symposium is expected to be well-attended. You MUST pre-register to attend, and the pre-registration deadline is Wednesday, January 18. We look forward to seeing you there.
Marla Carroll – Chair Linton A. Mohammed – Co-Chair