The University of St Andrews hosted a conference on Moral and Aesthetic Testimony, organised by Dr Lisa Jones and Dr Justin Snedegar, and generously supported by the BSA, the Mind Association, and the Scots Philosophical Association. Speakers included Prof Julia Driver, Prof Alison Hills, Dr Errol Lord, Dr Jonathan Robson, Dr Louise Hanson, and Dr Aaron Meskin. The talks covered several issues related to the apparent asymmetry between the epistemic value of ordinary testimony, on the one hand, and moral or aesthetic testimony, on the other. More specific topics included the possibility and role of moral or aesthetic experts and the nature of moral or aesthetic understanding. The speakers defended a variety of views and utilised a variety of methodologies, including experimental work. The conference was well attended by staff and students from St Andrews and other universities.