Psychology, Mediation Advocacy & the Ethics of Manipulation

Psychology, Mediation Advocacy & the Ethics of Manipulation

Presented By: JAMS Boston

About the Event
In this afternoon program, Richard Birke, Esq., Executive Director of the JAMS Institute (JAMS teaching and training arm) will explore several of the most powerful and relevant findings in the field of applied decision making.

He will also examine a fundamental ethical question: Once you know how psychology and neuroscience work, are you obliged to refrain from manipulation or are you required to use these tools to advocate effectively for your client?

Come join us for this exciting new program offering on June 21st. Please RSVP to Gabrielle Thorp (

Featured Speaker
Richard Birke, Esq.
Executive Director, JAMS Institute

Thursday, June 22, 2017
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM EST

Networking Reception to Immediately Follow

JAMS Boston Resolution Center
One Beacon Street, Suite 2210
Boston, MA 02108-3106

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