Dr. Eagleman is the co-director of the Center for Science and Law, which studies how new discoveries in neuroscience should navigate the way we make laws, punish criminals, and develop rehabilitation. The project brings together a unique collaboration of neurobiologists, legal scholars, and policy makers, with the goal of building modern, evidence-based policy.

The AtlanticFor more about our neurolaw research, watch the videos below, listen to an interview on Terry Gross' Fresh Air, or check into some of these articles:

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 A talk on neurolaw at the RSA in London

 A short interview on about the main issues in neurolaw