Profiles in "Legal Decision Making" Expertise Area

  • Nick Schweitzer is the founding director of the Arizona State University Law and Behavioral Science group and an associate professor in ASU's School of Social and Behavioral Sciences.
  • Salerno's research interests include several lines of inquiry that apply social psychological theory and experimentation to legal contexts. She is a founding member of the ASU program on law and behavioral science.
  • Neal is principal investigator of the Clinical and Legal Judgment Lab, founding director of the Future of Forensic Science Initiative, founding member of the Law and Behavioral Science group, and a Fulbright Scholar.
  • Lindquist joined ASU in 2016. She is recognized as an expert on the U.S. Supreme Court, constitutional law, administrative law, and empirical legal studies and award-winning educator.
  • Di Bello is interested in topics at the intersection of philosophy of law and epistemology, such as statistics in the law, risk and decision-making, algorithmic fairness, evidence and probability.