Chair: Chris King, B.S., Drexel University
Chair Elect: Casey LaDuke, M.S., Drexel University
Past Chair: Alana N. Cook, M.S., Simon Fraser University
Secretary: Lauren Gonzales, M.A., John Jay College of Criminal Justice, CUNY
Communications Officer: Joanna Weill, B.A., University of California, Santa Cruz
Campus Representative Coordinator: Stephanie Kline, M.A., Sam Houston State University
Members at Large/ Liaisons
Scholar Colbourn, B.S., Sam Houston State University
Experimental Liaison: Erika Fountain, B.A., Georgetown University
Emily Haney-Caron, B.A., Drexel University
Campus representatives serve as the liasions between the AP-LS student section executive committee, professional members, student affiliates and the representative's institution.
If you are interested in becoming an AP-LS student section campus representative for your school, please click here for more information.
Thank you to everyone for attending the 2013 AP-LS conference in Portland, Oregon.
Mark your calendars now! AP-LS 2014 will be held at the Sheraton New Orleans Hotel in New Orleans, Louisiana March 6th to 8th, 2014
Hope to see you there!
For more information about upcoming conferences, please visit the Conferences section
Graduate students who are interested in being mentored during their time in graduate school may learn more through the AP-LS Mentorship Committee's Web page.
Graduate students seeking funding for their research may apply for the AP-LS Grants-in-Aid. More information is available on this Web page.
Additional funding, granting, fellowship and scholarship opportunities for students can be found on this Web page.
Law Student Survey Results from students and professionals on legal training can be found here.
Internship information for graduate students: A resource guide for forensic psychology pre-doctoral
Post-doctoral resource listing of curent Post-doctoral positions (link to pdf)
APLS teaching resources can be found here.
A list of suggested publications on topics related to law and psychology can be found here.
Current undergraduate students interested in a career in psychology and law should review the information on this Web page, which provides an overview of the field.
Students who are interested in applying to a graduate program can learn about existing programs, including Clinical PhD programs, Non-Clinical PhD programs, and Masters programs.
Funding for undergraduate students' can be found on this Web page.
The AP-LS Student Section Officers asked psychologists who currently work in the field of psychology and the law to offer students and new psychologists in the field some advice. Their answers can be found here.
If you have additional information or corrections to the student section website, please email the Communications Officer.
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