As a follow up to my previous post at the National Academy of Neuropsychology’s (NAN) 27th Annual Conference in Scottsdale, AZ, below is a link to an MP3 of my presentation.  The topic of the presentation was “Neuropsychology in the Courtroom.”

My presentation was designed to give neuropsychologists an understanding of the admissibility of neuropsychological testimony at trial through a retrospective look at neuropsychological testimony and admissibility in the past and my observations of where neuropsychology was headed in the future.

You can listen to the presentation in its entirety here. (42 MB)

I recently served as a presenter at the 6th Annual “Understanding The Medical and Legal Aspects of Brain Injury Litigation” Course sponsored by the Brain Injury Association of New York. I presented information on the use of medical literature in brain injury litigation. You can listen to my presentation here (7.2 MB).

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Toronto.jpgGreetings from Toronto where I am at the 2005 ATLA Annual Convention. I have just finished giving my presentation Discounting to Present Value: Does Their Have to be a Reduction? If you would like to hear my presentation, you can download a copy here(18 MB).

I have also added the PowerPoint I used here as a PDF.

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HB.jpgIt is hard to believe that today is the one year anniversary of the Traumatic Brain Injury Law Blog. Back when I wrote my first post I never thought that I would have so much fun or meet so many people through this little pace in cyberspace. I would like to thank everyone that has taken the time to read this blog, post a comment or email me a suggestion. When I started this blog, I wanted it to be a place that was easy to locate and had up-to-date information about acquired brain injury. I am happy to say that I think we have accomplished our objectives. After 213 posts, 75 comments, 27,081 unique visitors and 59,866 total visits I am even more energized today to keep the discussion going. There are a lot of new things which I have planned for the future of the Traumatic Brain Injury Law Blog and I added them to a brief podcast(2.9MB). Thank you again for your interest in this blog and please keep the comments and email suggestions coming!

Last week I had the good fortune to speak to a group of young people about one of my passions, being an attorney. The presentation I made highlighted some of my experience over the past 20 years in the legal profession and the benefits of having a law degree. I spoke to the New Jersey Boys State Foundation which is a one week program for young men in the 11th grade of high school. It provides a broader understanding of the privileges and responsibilities of citizenship in the United States. I thoroughly enjoyed the chance to meet these exceptional young people and look forward to speaking with them again. You can listen to my presentation to the New Jersey Boys State Foundation here.

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I am happy announce that today’s post is the Brain Injury Blog’s first podcast. On Saturday, February 26, I was the Co-Chair of an ATLA-NJ Educational Foundation seminar titled, Trying the Auto Case: Openings to Summation. For my part of the day’s program, I spoke to the audience about effective strategies for cross examining defendant’s experts. Below is an audiocast of my presentation. You can listen to the presentation here. (14.2MB)

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