Reports on road shows:
This is the future of the Liberal Republic of Science: a society filled with culturally diverse citizens whose common interest in enjoying the benefit of all the knowledge their way of life makes possible is secured by scientists, science communication professionals, educators, and public officials using and extending the "new political science" of science communication.
I did presentation on "'Ideology' or 'Situation Sense?'," the CCP study on interaction of cultural worldviews and legal reasoning in public, law students, lawyers & judges, respectively. Lots of great feedback.
A small selection of other papers definitely worth taking look at (very frustrating element of a conference like this is having to choose between concurrent sessions featuring really interesting stuff):
Chen, Moskowitz & Shue, Decision-Making Under the Gambler's Fallacy: Evidence from Asylum Judges, Loan Officers, and Baseball Umpires
Thorley, Green et al., Please Recuse Yourself: A Field Experiment Exploring the Relationship between Campaign Donations and Judicial Recusal
MacDonald, Fagan & Geller, The Effects of Local Police Surges on Crime and Arrests in New York City
Ramsayer, Nuclear Power and the Mob: Extortion and Social Capital in Japan
Scurich, Jurors’ Presumption of Innocence: Impact on Cumulative Evidence Evaluation and Verdicts
Sommers, Perplexing Public Attitudes Toward Consent: Implications for Sex, Law, and Society
Robertson, 535 Felons? An Empirical Investigation into the Law of Political Corruption
Baker & Malani, Do Judges Really Care About Law? Evidence from Circuit Split Data