Monday, November 25, 2013

The Judicial Mind: A Cognitive Theory of Jurisprudence [the presentation]

By Laura K. Bomyea
Laura Bomyea is a May 2013 graduate of Albany Law School and is currently employed at Young/Sommer LLC in Albany. She received her B.A. in Philosophy, with a concentration in Literature, from Bard College, and wrote her Bachelor's thesis on philosophy of language and metaphor.
While at Albany Law, she served as Student Editor-in-Chief of the New York Environmental Lawyer, an Associate Editor on the Albany Law Review, a Student Editor with the New York Government Law and Policy Journal, and a Research Assistant with the Government Law Center at Albany Law.
Laura has previously been published by the Center: "Judges: Lawmakers By Any Other Name," March 2013She prepared this presentation in her 3rd year at the law school for Prof. Bonventre's Judicial Process Seminar.
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