Tag: Stephen Morse

Video footage from “Neuro-Interventions and The Law” conference now available

In case you missed last year’s Neuro-Interventions and The Law: Regulating Human Mental Capacity conference, you can now view video footage of some of the highlights from the conference at the Jean Beer Blumenfeld Center for Ethics‘ youtube channel. The

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Where can I study Neurolaw?

Suppose I wanted to study neurolaw. Who would I talk to? What university might I go to? Here’s a back of the envelope list sorted in alphabetical order: Duke University, Nita Farahany Georgia State University, Nicole Vincent Macquarie University (Australia),

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Morse conference programme is up

The programme for the Law and Neuroscience: the work of Stephen Morse conference to be held in Florence, Italy, in early June has just gone up! And for your viewing pleasure I’ve replicated it below: DAY 1: SUNDAY, 9 JUNE

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Law & Neuroscience: the work of Stephen J. Morse

Here’s the latest information about a neurolaw conference you just don’t want to miss: Law & Neuroscience: the work of Stephen J. Morse 10 June 2013 | 0900h-1700h | European University Institute Sala Triaria | Villa Schifanoia | Via Boccaccio,

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On Non-relevant Science and Neurolanguage

A recently-published piece entitled Criminal Minds: Use of Neuroscience as a Defense Skyrockets cites Nita Farahany‘s finding that “[t]he number of cases in which the judges discuss neuroscience is increasing,” which she reported at the Annual Meeting of the International

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Neurolaw conference focuses on Morse’s body of work

As I mentioned in an earlier post, rumor has it that an awesome neurolaw conference is at this very moment being planned for some time in May or June 2013, that the conference will be hosted at the EUI in

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