Posted on April 4, 2014
Associate Laura Bomyea recently authored a paper entitled “The Judicial Mind: A Cognitive Theory of Jurisprudence” that was published by the Center for Judicial Process. The paper and related presentation discussed jurisprudence, the role of judges, and the process of judicial decision-making. The Center’s blog post and link to Laura’s full article are here.
The Center for Judicial Process is an independent, nonpartisan, nonprofit organization devoted to the interdisciplinary study of courts and judges.