Center for Health, Science & Public Policy

Scholarship by the Center’s Professor Adam Kolber

Professor Adam Kolber writes and teaches in the areas of health law, bioethics, and neuroethics and is the founder of the Neuroethics & Law Blog.

In an article published in the Indiana Law Journal, “Will There Be a Neurolaw Revolution?,” Professor Kolber argues that a neurolaw revolution will arise from a wave of new brain technologies that will change society and the law in many ways.

His published scholarly article “Free Will as a Matter of Law” will also be a chapter in the upcoming book, Philosophical Foundations of Law and Neuroscience, (Michael Pardo & Dennis Patterson eds., 2016), Oxford University Press.

This year Professor Kolber and his work has been mentioned in numerous newspaper articles, including:

•    ABA Journal: Kevin Davis, Personal Injury Lawyers Turn to Neuroscience to Back Claims of Chronic Pain, March 1, 2016.
•    Dallas Observer: Joe Pappalardo, Body Hackers and Bioengineers are Trying to Make DFW a Hub of Implantable Electronics, Jan. 5, 2016 (on human enhancement).
•    The Washington Post: Lena H. Sun, 150 experts say Olympics must be moved or postponed because of Zika, May 27, 2016.
 

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