Monday, January 24, 2011
On March 15, 16 2011 there is a conference on Law and the Brain. A summary of this conference which will be held in New York is as follows:
Advances in neuroscience are providing insight to the inner workings of the human brain and these discoveries are increasingly being used in criminal and civil courts. Learn how these findings are impacting criminality, guilt, deception, mental health, memory, addiction, and other issues. Discover the pitfalls and potential implications of applying neuroscience in the courtroom.
Join us for this interdisciplinary conference which brings neuroscientists and legal scholars together to discuss how new neuroscientific discoveries are affecting law both now and in the future.
There are several distinguished speakers. Additional information can be found here.
Mitchell H. Rubinstein