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Professor Adam Benforado Recalls Experience with U.S. Senate Candidate Elizabeth Warren

May 14, 2012

In an article on Masslive, the Republican of Springfield, Mass. news site, Professor Adam Benforado recalled his experiences as a student of Elizabeth Warren, Harvard Law professor and Democratic candidate for the U.S. Senate from Massachusetts.

Commenting on Warren’s tenacity in the classroom, Benforado said Warren would learn every student’s name could recall what each student said from class to class.

Professor Benforado received his J.D. from Harvard Law School.  Benforado’s principal interest is in applying insights from the mind sciences—most notably embodied cognition, moral psychology and implicit social cognition—to law and legal theory. His recent scholarly work includes three chapters in "Ideology, Psychology, and Law," Oxford University Press (2012) and a forthcoming article in Topics in Cognitive Science.