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The Daily Digest, 3/3/11

The Law and Memory Conference at Stanford Law School on April 1, 2011 will bring together leading scientists, practitioners and scholars on the intersection of law and memory. The conference will begin with the science, and then focus on the … Continue reading

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The Daily Digest, 2/16/11

A few scholars have already written about the coming legal and ethical implications of neuroscience-based memory research. Adam Kolber has a very interesting piece on memory dampening, and Carter Snead has a fascinating one on memory and punishment. Both papers … Continue reading

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