The Journal of Psychiatry & Law

Professional Editorial Board

Journal of Psychiatry & Law

Kenneth J. Weiss, M.D. (Chair)
Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania

William J. Edwards, J.D.
Los Angeles County Public Defender Office

Nicole Foubister, M.D.
NYU School of Medicine

Liza H. Gold, MD.
Georgetown University School of Medicine

Thomas Gutheil, M.D.
Harvard Medical School

Editorial staff

The Journal of Psychiatry & Law
Editor-in-Chief & Commentator Eric Y. Drogin, J.D., Ph.D., ABPP, Harvard Medical School, Department of Psychiatry, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, edrogin@bidmc.harvard.edu
Associate Editor

Journal of Psychiatry & Law

Journal of Psychiatry & Law provides research-based, practice-oriented support for the scholarly and professional endeavors of psychiatrists and lawyers.

Publication Information and Frequency.
Published by Federal Legal Publications, Inc., 390A Heritage Hills, Somers, NY
10589. Issued quarterly in Spring, Summer, Fall and Winter. Copyright © 2010 by
Federal Legal Publications, Inc., with all rights reserved. No portion of the contents
may be reproduced in any form without the written permission of the Publisher.

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The Journal of Psychiatry & Law

Submission of Articles, Books for Review and Book Reviews

The editors invite submission of material for publication. It is suggested that
prospective authors contact Editor-in-Chief Eric Y. Drogin at 350 Lincoln St.,
Suite 2400, Hingham, MA 02043-1579; phone: 877-877-6692; email:
edrogin@bidmc.harvard.edu. Current editorial policy requires that for the majority of the article lead author(s) must be an attorney or a psychiatrist.

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