NeuroLaw aims to
address the expanding intersection of cognitive science and law in aspects of
the human mind, such as culpability, lie detection, punishment, memory, and
subconscious perceptions by studying patterns of cognition, brain scans and
damage, and physical brain abnormalities. Additionally, we aim to educate legal
professionals on cognitive behaviors that can aid in their own decisions, their
representation of clients as well as ethical and policy considerations.
Faculty Advisor: Adam Benforado
For more information on this organization please visit the Student Organizations page on Community Property.