March 4- Celebrated forensic scientist Dr. Henry Lee to speak March 15 at Stetson Law
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Gulfport, Fla. – Forensic science expert Dr. Henry Lee, internationally known for his work in the O.J. Simpson trial, will speak at noon Monday, Mar. 15, in Stetson University College of Law’s Great Hall. His speech, “New Advances in Forensic Science,” is free and open to the public.
Dr. Lee’s appearance is a presentation of Stetson’s National Clearinghouse for Science, Technology and the Law.
“Having such a leader in the world of forensic science come to campus is a privilege,” said Carol Henderson, clearinghouse director and Stetson professor. “This is an incredible opportunity for our students to learn from one of the top minds in the field.”
Dr. Lee has assisted law enforcement agencies worldwide with thousands of investigations, including high-profile cases such as the murder of Jon Benet Ramsey and the 1993 suicide of White House Counsel Vincent Foster. He also has testified as an expert witness in many investigations and court cases.
An editor for several academic journals, Dr. Lee is widely published as an author of books and professional journal articles. He has instructed at more than 800 workshops and seminars.
Dr. Lee is Chief Emeritus for the Connecticut State Police and is a professor and the founder of the forensic science program at the University of New Haven.
For more information, please call the National Clearinghouse for Science, Technology and the Law at (727) 562-7316.
Post date: March 4, 2004
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