Dr. Eve Brank, President of the American Psychology-Law Society, presents her address at the Annual Meeting of the American Psychology-Law Society in Memphis (March, 2018). In her address, Dr. Brank speaks about the importance of Expanding, Communicating, and Developing the field: Looking Internally and Externally to meet our Challenges.
About Dr. Eve Brank
Dr. Brank received her J.D. (2000) and Ph.D (2001) from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln in the Law-Psychology Program. She joined the UNL faculty in 2008 and is part of the law/psychology and social programs. Prior to joining the Nebraska faculty, Dr. Brank was on the faculty in the Department of Criminology, Law and Society at the University of Florida. Her research primarily focuses on the way the law intervenes (and sometimes interferes) in family and personal decision making. In particular, she studies the public support, implementation, and effectiveness of parental responsibility laws within the context of the juvenile justice system and the legal requirements of elder care giving. Dr. Brank also studies issues related to decision making in the context of government searches and plea negotiations.