The NeuroLaw Group is an undergraduate student organization at The Ohio State University, affiliated with the Neuroscience major, but open to students from all programs and disciplines.
The NeuroLaw Group explores the intersections of neuroscience with law, ethics, policy, and society, including but not limited to the legal implications of brain interventions (nano-biotechnologies, stem cells, drugs, surgeries), policy on criminal responsibility and mental capacity to stand trial, neuroscience in educational development, pertinent medical bioethics, and various emerging technologies, from self-driving cars to brain-computer interfacing devices.
Meetings for the Spring 2019 semester will be on Tuesdays per month at 8pm in Townshend 247. To join our mailing list for updates, please contact a member of the executive board. For more details, see the Important Dates tab.