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May 16, 2023

This message brings news about:
A) Recent Neurolaw Publications
B) Final Published Versions of Previously Forthcoming Materials
C) Collective Cognitive Capital: A Symposium

Recent Neurolaw Publications   

  1. Jude Bergkamp, Katharine A. McIntyre, Magen Hauser, An Uncomfortable Tension: Reconciling the Principles of Forensic Psychology and Cultural Competency, 47 Law & Hum. Behav. 233 (2023).
  2. Rafael Yuste, Tomás de la Quadra-Salcedo, Neuro-Rights and New Charts of Digital Rights: A Dialogue Beyond the Limits of the Law, 30 Ind. J. Global Legal Stud. 15 (2023).
  3. Andrea Ashburn, Dissociated Decision-Making: Contract Competency Evaluations of Individuals with Dissociative Identity Disorder, 56 Colum. J.L. & Soc. Probs. 195 (2023).
  4. Ríán Derrig, What Can A Few Make of Mankind?, 33 Eur. J. Int'l L. 1287 (2022).
  5. Mackenzie Coupens, Subjectivizing the Negligence Reasonable Person Standard for Persons with Mental Disabilities, 100 Denv. L. Rev. 281 (2022).
  6. Alan McCay, Michelle Sharpe, What is Neurotechnology and Why Are Lawyers Getting Involved? (2023).
  7. Janet K. Brewer, Brain Science in American Courts: The Culpable Neurotransmitters, The Journal of Forensic Practice (2023).


Final Published Versions of Previously Forthcoming Materials

  1. Sandy Xie, Colleen M. Berryessa & Farah Focquaert, The Impact of Neuromorality on Punishment: Retribution or Rehabilitation?in The Palgrave Handbook on the Philosophy of Punishment 441 (Matthew C. Altman ed., 2023).


Collective Cognitive Capital: A Symposium

Stanford Law School Center for Law and the Biosciences is hosting a conference on Thursday, May 18, 2023 that brings together cutting-edge thinkers and scholars working across multiple disciplines from around the world to explore what collective cognitive capital is, what it would mean to center the concept in governance and public law, how brain and behavioral science can be translated to public policy promoting human flourishing, and exploring the risks and limitations of such efforts. For more information, please visit


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