Liz Gale-Benz has been working hard to keep our Campus Representatives in the loop ever since she was elected to be your CR Coordinator in 2014. We count ourselves very lucky to have such a friendly, organized, hard working woman in her position -- and you should too! Have a question about becoming a CR? You can always get more information about the program on our website, but feel free to chat with Liz at AP-LS next week!
What first got you interested in this law-psychology?
I have always been interested in social justice, and I think the intersection of law
and psychology provides a unique lens through which these issues can be
What is your favorite city?
I have two! Chicago is one of my most favorite cities, and I studied abroad in
Vienna, Austria during my third year of college so I will always love Vienna.
Both are incredible cities!
What is your favorite thing about being on the Student Committee?
I love being able to work with all of the wonderful Campus Representatives!
What is the best thing about the AP-LS Conference?
Being able to attend so many interesting presentations! It is always fun to learn
new information within so many different areas of law and psychology, and to be
able to support my colleagues.
What will you miss about being in grad school?
I will miss everyone in my lab and being at Drexel, but I will be very excited for
the next step in my career!
About the Editor:
The American Psychology-Law Society (Division 41 of the American Psychology Association) Student Committee is composed of elected student leaders representing the interests of our student members.