[He was asked why he was participating.] Because we have nothing to do this season, ... So I thought it would be fun.
It's not as simple as looking at the number of students going into law school and suggesting that they'll all need to qualify when they get out
We're not seeing evidence of a lack of places. For the last couple of years we've had spare places and the market has been growing.
Undergraduate fees have increased to 000 for each year of an undergraduate law course
The pressure now is to get into the workplace and start earning money.
My experiments reveal how memories can be changed by things that we are told. Fact, ideas, suggestions and other forms of post-event information can modify our memories. The legal field, so reliant on memories, has been a significant application of the memory research.
Just because someone thinks they remember something in detail, with confidence and with emotion, does not mean that it actually happened, ... False memories have these characteristics too.
One answer is that suggestive interviewing or other suggestive influences helped to create false beliefs or memories
In real life, as well as in experiments, people can come to believe things that never really happened.
The results were clear: the new environment inhibited recognition.