On Friday, October 22, Teneille Brown, an associate professor of Law at the University of Utah S.J. Quinney College of Law, will speak at the Biolaw 4.0: Law at the Frontiers of Biology conference at the University of Kansas. Brown will speak on law and neuroscience and recent developments in the use of brain-based lie detection in the courts.
On November 5, she will talk on brain-based lie detection at the Utah Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers (UACDL) 2010 Capital Seminar. That talk, “Developments in Neuroimaging: Can brain based lie detection read our minds?”, will run from 1:45 to 3:45 p.m. at the Law and Justice Center, 645 South 200 East in Salt Lake City.
More information on the UACDL seminar and a complete agenda are available here.