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Neuroscience is already influencing the legal system.
The CLBB mission is to ensure that this influence is responsible and based on sound scientific evidence. Where evidence is lacking, we venture to advance the field with discoveries that can be applied directly to the courtroom.
On Wednesday, February 10, CLBB and the Petrie-Flom Center will host experts in the areas of pain and law to discuss the science of fetal pain, and its implications for the law.
On November 13, CLBB and the Petrie-Flom Center hosted Dr. Laurence Steinberg, one of the world’s leading experts on adolescence, for a public discussion on the role that scientific evidence about adolescent brain development should have in legal policy.
On Monday, September 28, CLBB and the Petrie-Flom Center assembled a panel of developmental scientists, clinicians, and legal scholars for a panel discussion examining the implications of developmental neuroscience for law in specific domains.
The speed of technology in neuroscience as it impacts ethical and just decisions in the legal system needs to be understood by lawyers, judges, public policy makers, and the general public. The Massachusetts General Hospital Center for Law, Brain, and Behavior is an academic and professional resource for the education, research, and understanding of neuroscience and the law. Read more
|JUN 30||SYMPOSIUM: "Visible Solutions: How Neuroimaging Helps Law Re-envision Pain" (VIDEO)|
|SEPT 28||"From Troubled Teens to Tsarnaev: Promises and Perils of Adolescent Neuroscience and Law" (VIDEO)|
|OCT 4||HUBWEEK: "Where the Brain and the Law Intersect" (VIDEO)|
|NOV 13||"Should the Science of Adolescent Brain Development Inform Legal Policy?"– with Laurence Steinberg|
|JAN 25||"Raising the Age of Juvenile Court in Connecticut: A Conversation with Governor Dannel Malloy"|
|FEB 10||"Fetal Pain: An Update on the Science and Legal Implications"|