In the United States, there are a growing number of legal disputes involving employees, consumers, and college students who challenge mandatory immunization requirements. And new research suggests that virtual reality headsets could help jurors reach fairer sentences in complex criminal proceedings.
Dorit Reiss, Professor of Law and Litigation Chair James Edgar Hervey ’50, University of California
Tracey Coleman, Professor, Justice and Society, University of South Australia
Andrew Cunningham, Australian Research Center for Interactive and Virtual Environments, University of South Australia, Professor of Agile Methodology