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Using Psychology to Change Law Firms' Default Incentive Structures

UNLV Boyd School of Law's "Lawyering and Psychology: Coalescing the Field" Conference

Gardere Partner Randy D. Gordon is scheduled to present "Using Psychology to Change Law Firms' Default Incentive Structures" on Feb. 21 at the UNLV Boyd School of Law's "Lawyering and Psychology: Coalescing the Field" Conference in Las Vegas. Mr. Gordon will speak alongside Nancy Rapoport, dean at the UNLV Boyd School of Law.

Traditionally, those who connected law and psychology focused primarily on juries, trials and criminals' states of mind. However, researchers from various sub-disciplines of both law and psychology are now broadening their focus to examine the additional ways in which psychology can be of use to a wide variety of common lawyering practices in both civil and criminal settings. The two-day conference is an effort to blend together these academics and practitioners who recognize the relevance of psychology to lawyering.

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