RGU test witness reliability

Robert Gordon University (RGU) is conducting ground-breaking research into the reliability of witnesses in court and is looking for more volunteers for the study.

The experiment is being funded by the Clark Foundation for Legal Education, and has been underway for some time. Preliminary conclusions have been reached, but a large number of volunteers are needed to ensure the results of this enquiry into law reform are reliable and influential.

Participants will be required to take part in two different sessions, both lasting approximately 45 minutes. The first is an introductory briefing, held at RGU’s Aberdeen Business School at Garthdee, during which the research will be explained and volunteers will fill out a series of questionnaires.

Volunteers who take part in both sessions will be entered into a prize draw to win either a multimedia player worth over £100 or £150 worth of store vouchers.

For more information, please contact Principal Investigator, Derek Auchie on d.p.auchie@rgu.ac.uk or 01224 263425.