Mark Bennett | June 19, 2008
The Center for American and International Law is presenting its seminar on The Mind and Criminal Defense again July 17–18, 2008. The program is funded by a grant for the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals, so you’ll wind up paying $185 (or less if you regularly represent the indigent accused) for 13.25 hours of CLE […]
Mark Bennett | February 19, 2008
We — all of us — are no more than one traumatic brain injury away from committing capital murder.
Mark Bennett | October 24, 2007
Courtesy of CharonQC, this Times Online column by Raymond Tallis of “observations” about neurolaw and the inclination to blame someone’s brain for his behavior. Tallis’s observations are in response to Simon Myerson, QC’s column from yesterday’s Times Online (Simon’s blog). Professor Tallis observes: The brain is usually blamed for actions that attract moral disapprobation or […]