Visual Persuasion and the Law

Visual Persuasion and the Law

Created: Sunday, May 2, 2004 posted by at 9:30 am

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Neal FeigensonNeal Feigenson teaches Torts, Civil Procedure, and Evidence, and is a research affiliate in the Yale University Department of Psychology. He is an expert in the field of Visual Persuasion and the Law. His course, titled, Visual Persuasion in the Law which he created with Christina Spiesel, an adjunct law professor at Quinnipiac and New York School of Law, and Richard Sherwin, New York School of Law professor, is the first and so far, only college law course of its kind that deals with visual technologies and computer animation, CD-ROMs–and their use in law and in the courtroom.

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