3:00 The two strong pulls in the law of how a decision maker should make a decision in a refugee hearing that impacts risk salience.
7:00 Can a decision maker ever be truly neutral?
11:00 Does the fact that the refugee process starts with a removal order “set things up” for strict scrutiny? Plus how politicians can influence error preference.
18:30 Refugee acceptance rates have increased recently. Is this a result of new decision makers or the same decision makers applying different maxims. Can someone’s risk salience approach change over time?
22:00 The non legal things that can influence decision makers.
26:30 Studies on accuracy in credibility and how risk salience follows.
30:00 Should decision makers make their biases explicit?
36:30 What is the fear that people have of refugee claimants?
43:01 The illusion of transparency. “The idea that truth will shine through.”
44:30 The myth that a memory is like a video recording.
46:00 The myth that a refugee claimant will never take unnecessary risks.
47:15 The myth of once a liar always a liar.
48:80 The maxim of the perfect applicant.
52:00 The maxim of “our expectations were clear.”
1:01 The inconsistency between standards in refugee law and trauma theory.
1:04 Hillary’s working with the IRB
1:15 Have any IRB members told Hillary that who the representative is can impact how they view the claim?
1:21 When should you admit a past lie?