The Center for Law, Brain & Behavior puts the most accurate and actionable neuroscience in the hands of judges, lawyers, policymakers and journalists—people who shape the standards and practices of our legal system and affect its impact on people’s lives. We work to make the legal system more effective and more just for all those affected by the law.

Emily L. Rehmet, BA, is the Project Manager and Clinical Research Coordinator of the Massachusetts General Hospital Center for Law, Brain and Behavior. Emily graduated from Brown University magna cum laude as a double major in cognitive neuroscience and public policy with a track in law and ethics. At Brown, she was inducted into the Phi Beta Kappa and Sigma Xi (scientific research) Societies and received the John Hazen White Jr. Public Policy Award, Undergraduate Teaching and Research Award, and LINK Award. Prior to CLBB, she worked as a research fellow at the Center for Science and Law, where she became interested in juvenile justice and the use of neuro-scientific technologies to predict human behavior and decision-making. At Brown University, Emily was a co-captain of the Brown Mock Trial team, co-president of the Cognitive Neuroscience Departmental Undergraduate Group, a contributing writer and editor for the Triple Helix Bioethics Blog, and a member of the Brown Pre-Law society.

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