November 3, 2023

Purdue Global’s law school to present ‘The Mind of a Serial Killer’ during upcoming Distinguished Speaker Series event

Webinar features prominent forensic psychologist and author Dr. Joni Johnston

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. – Concord Law School at Purdue Global will host a live discussion titled “The Mind of a Serial Killer” on Nov. 14 for the next installment of its Distinguished Speaker Series.

The live webinar, which will take place at 3 p.m. ET/noon PT, will be hosted by Martin Pritikin, dean and vice president of Concord Law School at Purdue Global, and will feature guest speaker Dr. Joni Johnston, forensic psychologist and author.

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Johnston will address the psychology that drives someone to kill again and again, why some serial killers get away with it for so long, and how they get caught.

“Serial killers are among the most heinous criminals, but they also hold a certain fascination for us,” Pritikin said. “Dr. Johnston’s expertise will provide insights into a realm in which few people have knowledge beyond what they see in movies or on the news.”

California-licensed attorneys can receive one general Minimum Continuing Legal Education credit for attending this webinar.

Registration for this event is free and required. To register, click here. After the live event, the webinar will be available for viewing on the law school’s YouTube page.

Concord Law School is celebrating its 25th anniversary as the nation’s first online law school. One of the school’s goals is to expand access to legal education to increase the availability of legal services, particularly in areas and populations that are underserved. It is part of Purdue Global, Purdue’s online university for working adults.

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Writer: Adam Bartels, adam.bartels@purdueglobal.edu

Source: Marty Pritikin

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