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This day-long workshop, using a case study approach, is devoted to a discussion of ethical issues that frequently arise when conducting psychological evaluations of persons whose mental states are at issue in legal or administrative proceedings. Throughout the workshop various sources of authority are referenced, including ethics codes and forensic practice guidelines. Issues addressed include but are not limited to informed consent, assent, and notification; accessing collateral data sources; multiple roles and relationships; confidentiality and privilege; responding to requests for recording or third-party observers; opining about persons not examined; release of reports and test data; documenting peer consultation; report content; changing report content; billing; and responding to incompetent practice of other examiners.