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Post-Doctoral Research AssociateChild Interviewing Lab
699 Exposition Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90089-0074 USA
Last Updated: January 29, 2019
Dr. Hayden Henderson is a postdoctoral research associate at the USC Child Interviewing Lab in the Gould School of Law. She completed her PhD under Dr. Michael Lamb at the University of Cambridge, where she investigated methods for improving how child witnesses are questioned in court. She completed her Bachelor of Arts at the University of Texas in Austin, where her honors thesis focused on jury biases. Hayden’s research interests include the treatment of both vulnerable witnesses and suspects in the legal system (e.g., forensic interviewing, courtroom). As well, she is interested in identifying additional roadblocks in the criminal justice system – for example, jury biases and procedural delays – and understanding how these contribute to miscarriages of justice.
Three clients freed from California prisons
July 9, 2020
USC Gould's Post-Conviction Justice Project helps secure second chances for three clients serving life sentences.
A sweeping look at transgender rights
June 30, 2020
David Cruz co-writes groundbreaking casebook, Gender Identity and the Law
In Memoriam: Professor Edward Kleinbard
June 29, 2020
Prof. Kleinbard was an important member of Gould for more than a decade, one of the nation's top tax scholars