Research into the neural workings of the human brain—with the aid of sophisticated brain-imaging techniques such as fMRI—will, some predict, probably completely change nearly every area of law. Some believe that, in time, neuroscience will dominate the entire legal system (…) Indeed, one would be hard pressed to think of a single legal issue not potentially affected by the claims made on behalf of the influence of neuroscience on law.
Neurolaw conference announcement: Guess where I’ll be on Sept. 7th & 8th?
At Rutgers School of Law-Camden. The line up: Debra Denno, Adam Kolber, John Mikhail, Michael Moore, Stephen Morse, Michael Pardo, Frederick Schauer and Nicole Vincent. If you’ve been around for a minute, these names should look very familiar. And exciting.