Annual Conferences on Science and the Law

For over three years, ILJ has coordinated the Annual Conferences on Science and the Law, covering key issues in the interface of science, technology, and the courts. These events, drawing over 250 participants, highlight topics related to scientific evidence in court, such as evaluating expert analytical data, interpreting DNA reports, quantitative concepts of error in measurement, jurorsí understanding of scientific and engineering testimony, computer forensics, and digital evidence. This cross-disciplinary forum expands understanding between the scientific, engineering, research, and legal professions and aids the justice system in keeping pace with advances in the field.