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Harvard Journal on Law and Mind Sciences?

Posted by The Situationist Staff on April 7, 2010

Want to support the creation of a Journal on Law and Mind Sciences at HLS? If so, click here to express your support.

The Harvard Journal on Law and Mind Sciences will be the first journal dedicated to exploring the relevance of the mind sciences for law and policy. The Journal will publish legal scholarship that examines the implications of the mind sciences on the law, and it will also publish reviews of original research in psychology, behavioral economics, and neuroscience with implications for law and policy making.

We hope to provide a consolidated forum for mind science researchers to share their insights with the legal community and to facilitate greater interdisciplinary discussion. The Journal of Law and Mind Sciences stands for the belief that good policy requires an accurate understanding of how human beings actually think and behave.

Please show your support in establishing a Journal on Law and Mind Sciences at Harvard Law School by clicking  here.

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