Thank you to everyone who registered and attended our latest seminar on “Melendez-Diaz, Bullcoming, and Williams: Scientific Challenges and the Right to Confrontation” at Arcadia University’s King of Prussia Campus last week. We had a great turn-out of 40+ people, including both scientists and legal professionals. It made for very dynamic and interesting presentations and discussion.
For those who were able to attend, we’ll be sending out a survey soon to gather your thoughts and suggestions. Any feedback is appreciated! For those who were unable to make it, drop us a line at our Contact Form to tell us that you’d be interested in attending a repeat of this seminar in the future or to suggest other times and venues for doing so. A lot of people have been asking about the possibility of broadcasting some of these courses via webinar, and while we weren’t able to make it happen for this course, we are certainly looking into this for the future.
Keep an eye out here and at our sister-site, the Center for Forensic Science Research & Education, as we’ll be posting new and updated information about upcoming courses and seminars hosted by the the Center very soon. We hope to see you in 2012!