In program development and conduct, the Bryson Program will offer full spectrum scientific viewpoints, engage neutral and independent scientific personnel, and refrain from recommending to courts or judges opinions related to case outcomes or adjudication policies.

The Bryson Program will seek to broaden and deepen its working partnership with the National Courts and Sciences Institute located in Washington, DC and operationalize partnerships with leading court associations that promote scientific knowledge tools for judicial case management, rule-making and educational program development.

The Bryson Program will publish original works related to its mission and will encourage others engaged in the training of judges to publish original works and studies in the Center’s media and elsewhere in the scientific and adjudication communities.

The Bryson Program shall develop, maintain, implement and update a five-year operational plan as a guide for systematic operations, and shall seek funds to support educational and research program implementation.