Lawyers can expand their understanding of DNA identification. Laboratory match statistics may be biased, underreported or wrong. TrueAllele computing interprets DNA data without bias, producing accurate answers. These lectures explain forensic issues, methods and uses in court.
- M.W. Perlin, "Challenging DNA evidence", Allegheny County Courthouse - Continuing Legal Education, Pittsburgh, PA, 27-Feb-2015.
- M.W. Perlin, "TrueAllele® Computing: All the DNA, all the time", NSW Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions, Continuing Professional Development, Sydney, Australia, 19-Mar-2014.
- M.W. Perlin, "TrueAllele® interpretation of Allegheny County DNA mixtures", Allegheny County Courthouse, Pittsburgh, PA, 28-Feb-2014.
- M.W. Perlin, "No DNA Left Behind: When 'inconclusive' really means 'informative'", Schenectady County District Attorney's Office, Schenectady, NY, 31-Jan-2014.
- M.W. Perlin and A. Krastek, "Forensic DNA analysis: A CLE introduction", Allegheny County Courthouse, Pittsburgh, PA, 4-Mar-2011.
- DNA Identification for Lawyers: CLE