2014 Spring Essentials of Forensic Science for Legal Professionals Program
The Forensic Science Initiative, in collaboration with the National Institute of Justice, is holding the 4th and final FREE 2014 Spring Essentials of Forensic Science for Legal Professionals program. The two day program will provide the basic precepts of forensic science training and supply the tools to effectively apply this information for trial to members of the judiciary. Members of the academic community, lab personnel, and legal professionals will instruct and apply practical examples to the content presented. This is an excellent opportunity for the legal community to broaden their knowledge of important forensic science topics while also receiving continuing legal education. The first 20 individuals to register will receive a free hotel stay while attending the training.
Dates: March 11 – 12, 2014
West Virginia University
Room 118 Oglebay Hall
1600 University Ave.
Morgantown, WV 26506
Registration has been closed.
Although this training will be presented specifically with the defense attorney in mind, all attorneys are welcome to attend. This program is intended for defense attorneys who work for a state, county, or city agency. This type of training environment will encourage open discussion among peers on current issues and personal concerns in forensic science and how to apply this information in the courtroom.
Due to grant restrictions, Forensic and Investigative Science is not an accredited CLE provider. If you wish to receive CLE credits for this program, please email firstname.lastname@example.org, and we will provide any additional information you may need for your state bar.
Email FSI@mail.wvu.edu with any questions you may have regarding the program.