Alan W. Scheflin, J.D., LL.M.
Alan W. Scheflin, J.D., LL.M. is
President of ICSA and Professor of Law at Santa Clara University
School of Law in California.
Among his several dozen publications
is Memory, Trauma Treatment, and the Law (co-authored with Daniel
Brown and D. Corydon Hammond), for which he received the 1999 Guttmacher Award from the American Psychiatric Association, one of
11 awards he has received.
Professor Scheflin is also the 1991
recipient of the Guttmacher Award for Trance on Trial (with Jerrold
A member of the Editorial Advisory Board of AFF�s Cultic
Studies Review, Professor Scheflin received the 2001 American
Psychological Association, Division 30 (Hypnosis), Distinguished
Contribution to Professional Hypnosis Award. This is the "highest
award that Division 30 can bestow." He was also awarded in 2001 The
American Board of Psychological Hypnosis, Professional Recognition
Award. This Award was created to honor his achievements in promoting
the legal and ethical use of hypnosis. Professor Scheflin has
delivered over 100 invited addresses at professional conferences.
For detailed information on Professor Scheflin, see his entry on the
University of Santa Clara Law School Web site: