We strive to fit psychology and the law together
we do not understand
the limits of our maps, which reduces our territory
and we lose certain important information.
What the heck is this?
have to notice and pay attention to the rising demand for applying psychological theories
to the courtroom process.
It is more and more desirable for lawyers to have some legal psychology expertise to understand better
the judicial decision-making,
the psychological dynamics of judges and witnesses,
the theories of legal probabilism, and
the power of storytelling.
We decided to share this knowledge with everyone interested in
how to apply principles from cognitive psychology to issues in the legal system
More about us
The ID beneath the EGO...
...is a lawyer who
also happens to be a cognitive psychologist...
...and genuinely believes that the knowledge and
experience gained from his psychology studies
can be efficiently applied to legal practices.