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October 3, 2022

This message brings news about:      

A) Recent Neurolaw Publications
B) Webinar Presented by The Neuroscience and Law Center at Fordham Law
C) Neurolaw Doctoral Theses

A. Recent Neurolaw Publications  

  1. Anita S. Jwa & Russell A Poldrack, Addressing Privacy Risk in Neuroscience Data: From Data Protection to Harm Prevention , J. L.& Biosciences, July–Dec. 2022, at 1, 1-25.
  2. Sjors Ligthart, Coercive Brain-Reading in Criminal Justice (2022).
  3. Allan McCay, Neurotechnology, Law and the Legal Profession (2022).
  4. Sandra M. Virtue & Darren S. Cahr, Trademarks and the Brain: Neuroscience and the Processing of Non-Literal Language , 112 Trademark Rep. 695, 695-705 (2022).
  5. Marcello Ienca & Gianclaudio Malgieri, Mental Data Protection and the GDPR , J.L. & Biosciences, Jan.–June 2022, at 1, 1-19.
  6. Andreas Kuersten, Michael S. Moore, Mechanical Choices: The Responsibility of the Human Machine , 19 J. Moral Phil. 415, 415-19 (2022) (reviewing Michael S. Moore, Mechanical Choices: The Responsibility of the Human Machine).
  7. O. I. Derik-Ferdinand, Admissibility of Evidence Based on Findings of Neuroscience: Implications for Criminal Justice in Nigeria , 3 Int’l J. L. & Clinical Legal Educ. 114, 114-20 (2022).
  8. Elena Evgenyevna Gulyaeva & Favio Farinella, Human Neuro-Rights , 15 Quaestio Iuris 278, 278-99 (2022).
  9. Elle Rothermich, Comment, Mind Games: How Robots Can Help Regulate Brain-Computer Interfaces , 7 U. Pa. J. L. & Pub. Affs. 391, 391-431 (2022).
  10. Criminal Law and Human Behavior: Advances from Neuroscience and Artificial Intelligence (Eduardo Demetrio Crespo ed., 2022) (full text in Spanish).


B. Webinar Presented by The Neuroscience and Law Center at Fordham Law

Topic: The Law and Neuroscience of Mass Shootings

Date: November 1, 2022

Time: 11 am – 4:55 pm EDT

Location: Zoom

For more information and to register, please visit the event website.


C. Neurolaw Doctoral Theses

  1. William Wannyn, The “Immature” Brain: Genesis and Diffusion of a New Social Discourse on Young Offenders in the United States (August 2021) (Ph.D. dissertation, Université de Montréal) (full text in  French).
  2. Samantha L. Hemingway, Effects of Neuroimaging on Juror Decisions in a Capital Trial (2023) (Ph.D. dissertation, Fielding Graduate University).



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