The CJ Section chair comments on the current state of affairs and offers hope for professionals.
For students, by students
- Gender-based burnout in the field of psychology
Read a thought-provoking piece on a section member’s concerns about burnout with practicing psychologists, particularly in those who identify as gender minorities.
By Naomi Uyeda
- Perspectives on parenting as a graduate student amid the pandemic
Get a first-hand perspective on the balancing act between motherhood and graduate school.
By Stephanie Spies-Upton and Morgan Hill
ECP member spotlight
- From lawyer to psychologist: my personal call to action
Meet one of our members, Danielle Rynczak, JD, PsyD, ABPP.
By Danielle Rynczak, JD, PhD
What’s hot in CJ psychology?
- What makes a psychologist culturally competent? Thoughts on multicultural competence beyond the scope of our practice
View this first-hand perspective on how easily prejudice can manifest in psychological settings.
By Vicki Klophaus, PhD
- Forensic psychology and public policy—the perfect pair
A forensic psychologist shares her experiences working in the intersection of law and public policy.
By Angela N. Torres, PhD, ABPP
CJ Section student member spotlight
Getting involved in the CJ Section
The Gavel editors
- Newsletter editors
The Gavel editors: Natalie Armstrong, PhD, editor; Ashley C. T. Jones and Alexandra McCoy, student editors