On October 23, 2016 we lost a very good friend, long-time colleague, and mentor — Dr. Bryan Found. His passing came as a great shock to me and it has taken some time to process this new reality.
Bryan was truly a great guy and I considered him to be a very good friend. I was fortunate to attend many of his lectures and workshops over the years. Bryan had a unique approach to forensic science. In my opinion his insights and knowledge were unequalled. In recent years I also had the very great honour and privilege of working with him on various projects.
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Every ASQDE meeting is worth attending. They are great fun with lots of useful and interesting content. Unfortunately, I could not make it to the 2016 ASQDE conference held in Pensacola, Florida. Nonetheless I managed to participate, albeit via Skype.
One of the activities at the conference was a panel discussion discussing “Approaches to Evaluation and Reporting of Expert Evidence” and I was invited to participant with three other people. It was a very interesting session…