Brain Matters: Neuroscience in Criminal Law and Policy Colloquium.
Brain Matters: Neuroscience in Criminal Law and Policy Colloquium
September 26, 2013
The past decade has witnessed a dramatic increase in the role of neuroscience in the criminal justice process, from understanding the development of criminality, to issues related to culpability, and for the design of efficacious prevention and intervention strategies. The work of our guest speakers, Drs. Deborah Denno and Ruben Gur focuses on key issues at the intersection of neuroscience and the law. They will be addressing some the most urgent questions facing criminal justice policy and practice, including whether neuroscience research has advanced to the point where it can be pragmatically useful for criminal justice purposes.
David Yellen, J.D.
Dean and Professor Loyola Law School will introduce:
Dr. Deborah Denno
J.D., Ph.D. Arthur A. McGivney Professor of Law, Fordham Law School
The Impact of Neuroscience on Criminal Law Cases across Two Decades, 1992-2012.
Dr. Ruben Gur
Ph.D. Professor of Psychology and Director of the Brain Behavior Laboratory, University of Pennsylvania
Neuroscience in the Courtroom: Too Early, Too Late, or Just in Time?
Lake Shore Campus
6501 N. Kenmore Ave.
Chicago, IL 60626
6:30pm: Light Refreshments
This event is free and open to the public. There will be a reception with light refreshments before the start of the program.