Economics Institute for Judges (March 2011)
Event Date: Sunday, March 27 to Friday, April 1, 2011
Location: George Mason University School of Law
The Economics Institute for Judges is a week-long program that addresses the fundamental issues often at the heart of legal disputes and provide judges with a solid grounding in economics, statistics, and scientific method. Analysis of numerous court cases emphasizes the practical relevance of these disciplines.
Format: Interactive Lectures
Schedule: 28 hours of lecture over six (6) days
Group Meals: Breakfast, Monday through Friday
Venue: George Mason University School of Law
Hotel: The Westin Arlington Gateway
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