AP-LS News: Past Issues

  • June 2017

    In this issue: Moving forward as an organization, indigenous underrepresentation in canadian criminal juries, update on the Law and Human Behavior journal and more.

  • October 2016

    In this issue: A summary of presidential initiatives, overview of predatory publishing and the teaching professional ethics.

  • July 2016

    In this issue: widening the net in the criminal justice system; utilizing courthouse dogs and comfort items to assist vulnerable witnesses during trial and more.

  • June 2016[PDF]

    In this issue: widening the net in the criminal justice system; utilizing courthouse dogs and comfort items to assist vulnerable witnesses during trial and more.

  • February 2016

    In this issue: An update on the communication survey, ethical changes for psychology in the legal system and more.

  • October 2015

    In this issue: An argument for the legitimacy of trial consultation; strategies to enhance the credibility of rape victims; career paths for law and psychology and more.

  • July 2015

    In this issue: Overview of the American Psychology Law Society annual meeting that was held in San Diego; An examination of the current divide between the psychology and law and behavioral analysis of the law academic communities and more.

  • March 2015

    In this issue: 2015 AP-LS conference, bringing the law to psychology and psychology to the law and the philosophy of science.

  • October 2014

    In this issue: Find out what your division can do for you, what are the legal barriers to sexual conversion therapy, what is the impact on youth who are automatically transferred to adult court and more.

  • July 2014

    In this issue: adding advance care planning to criminal justice diversion dialogue; the consequences of electronic streaming of trials; the importance of witness recall and more.

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