AP-LS Award for Distinguished Contributions to Psychology and Law
The AP-LS Award for Distinguished Contributions to Psychology and Law honors one who has made distinguished theoretical, empirical and/or applied contributions to the field of psychology and law. This award will not be presented on a regular basis. Rather, it will be reserved for those individuals whose contributions are so unusual as to merit special commendation. This award is not exclusively for AP-LS members, and anyone who meets these criteria may be nominated for the award.
Nominations must include:
- A copy of the nominee’s vita.
- A letter detailing the nominee’s distinguished contributions to psychology and law.
- Names and addresses of four individuals who are familiar with the nominee’s work and who would be able to address the nominee’s contributions to the field of psychology and law (or additional letters from these four individuals).
Self-nominations will not be considered. Please send nominations in electronic PDF or Word format to the past president.
2018: James Ogloff
2017: Michael Saks
2016: Kirk Heilbrun and Chris Slobogin
2015: Gail Goodman
2014: Saul Kassin
2013: Michael E. Lamb
2012: Thomas Grisso
2011: Norman Poythress
2010: Ronald Roesch
2008: Elizabeth Loftus
2006: Stanley Brodsky
2005: Janet Reno
2001: Gary Wells
1998: Larry Wrightsman
1992: Bruce Sales
1990: Supreme Court Justice Harry Blackmun
1988: John Monahan and Laurens Walker
1986: Saleem Shah (First time this award was made)