In the summer 2014, Court Review, the journal of the American Judges Association, published a special issue on law and neuroscience. Court Review is distributed quarterly to an audience of over 2,200 judges in the United States. This special issue featured shortened versions, adapted from longer pieces, made accessible to the judiciary, on topics such as decision-making, brain imaging evidence, adolescent brain development, and pain in the law. The issue included the following articles authored by CLBB Faculty:
Clbb.org, the website of the The Center for Law, Brain & Behavior, was also cited in “Keeping up with Neurolaw: What to know and when to look,” by Francis X. Shen, as an online resource for judicially-accessible information on law and neuroscience.
The MacArthur Foundation Research Network on Law and Neuroscience coordinated the publication of this issue.