- Brain Scans and Criminal Reoffending
- Post-Doctoral Position available in Neurolaw at Vanderbilt University
- Network Member Announcement: Kim Taylor-Thompson
- Penn Neuroscience Boot Camp -- Stipends for Legal Professionals
- Juvenile Injustice
- ‘Neurolaw’ changes the landscape of criminal responsibility — or does it?
- Brain Trials: Neuroscience Is Taking a Stand in the Courtroom
- Judicial Opinion on fMRI from State v. Gary Smith
- U.S. Sixth Circuit Upholds Conviction in Semrau Case
- Sentencing Ruling Reflects Rethinking on Juvenile Justice
- Study of Judges Finds Evidence From Brain Scans Led to Lighter Sentences
- In Mock Case, Biological Evidence Reduces Sentences
- Debate on Brain Scans as Lie Detectors highlighted in Maryland Murder Trial
- Supreme Court Majority Cites Neuroscience Research
- Neuroscience Takes the Stand
- Supreme Court dissent cites neuroscience research
- AAAS Hosts Mock Trial Focused on Neuroscience in the Courtroom
- When to Punish a Young Offender, and When to Rehabilitate
- The Royal Society -- Brain Waves Module 4: Neuroscience and the law
- Neurolaw: Differential brain activity for Black and White faces predicts damage awards in hypothetical employment discrimination cases
- 2011 Second Circuit Judicial Conference explores "The Legal Brain-scape: Neuroscience & the Law"
- International Neuroethics Society to hold 2011 Annual Meeting in Washington, D.C.