It is an honor to have The Center for Studies of Law in Action on the IU Bloomington campus this week offering the Robert F. Borkenstein Course on Alcohol and Highway Safety: Testing, Research and Litigation. The Center for Studies of Law in Action host two Borkenstein Alcohol Courses a year on the IU campus, generally in December and May.
The course was founded in 1958, by Professor Robert F. Borkenstein, the inventor of the Breathalyzer® and a professor of Criminal Justice at Indiana University. It is a requirement in many state programs for analysts to complete the training before they go to court. For more information on Borkenstein Courses, registration dates, and faculty pleae visit their website.