U of M Publishes Articles from 2015 Child Abuse Symposium

University of Michigan’s Journal of Law Reform has published a series of articles from the 2015 symposium, Child Abuse Evidence: New Perspectives from Law, Medicine, Psychology and Statistics. Featuring speakers such as Dr. Patrick Barnes, Dr. Peter Aspelin, Katherine Judson and more, it covers topics ranging from false confessions to medical imaging.
Katherine Judson from the University of Wisconsin L”aw School offers a thoughtful discussion on the bias and subjectivity often used to convict caregivers of child abuse: “Bias, Subjectivity, and Wrongful Conviction“. The entire collection of papers presented at the symposium provides an excellent resource, and can be found here.