Psychology and Law

Wisconsin Law Journal
January 28, 2013

More often than not, lawyers and mediators may find themselves practicing more psychology than law and it’s actually “a true pleasure when we get to the legal issues involved, as opposed to the emotional ones.” This is particularly the case when serving as a guardian ad litem and dealing with child development.

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