Duquesne University School of Law

Prof. Moriarty speaks at international legal ethics conference

Thursday, July 14, 2016

Professor Jane Moriarty presented at Fordham University School of Law’s 7th International Legal Ethics Conference on July 15, 2016.  She was part of a panel of scholars discussing developments in behavioral legal ethics and specific applications to the professional practice of law. Moriarty addressed the role of self-deception in conflicts of interest.

Moriarty is Duquesne University School of Law’s Carol Los Mansmann Chair in Faculty Scholarship. Her research focuses on scientific evidence, neuroscience and law, and professional responsibility. Among her publications are a casebook, Scientific and Expert Evidence (Aspen, 2007, 2d ed. 2011)(with John M. Conley), a treatise, Giannelli, Imwinkelried, Roth & Moriarity, Scientific Evidence (5th ed., 2013)(with annual supplements), a three-volume edited series, The Role of Mental Illness in Criminal Trials: Insanity & Mental Incompetence (three volumes in the Constitutional Controversies series)(Routledge Press, 2001), and a two-volume practitioner treatise, Psychological and Scientific Evidence in Criminal Trials, (West, 1996)(annual supps.,1997-2006).

More than 400 legal scholars, jurists, and practicioners attended the conference.

Faculty Referenced In Article

Jane Campbell Moriarty, J.D.Carol Los Mansmann Chair in Faculty Scholarship and Professor of Law