Goodenoughhttp://portal.vermontlaw.edu/Metacatalogs/Lists/People/DispForm.aspx?ID=21GoodenoughOliver R. GoodenoughDirector, Center for Legal InnovationProfessor of Law<img alt="" src="http://www-assets.vermontlaw.edu/Assets/directories/people/Goodenough_Oliver.jpg" style="BORDER:0px solid;" />JD, University of Pennsylvania, 1978BA, Harvard University, 1975802-831-1231<p> Professor Goodenough's research and writing at the intersection of law, economics, finance, media, technology, neuroscience and behavioral biology make him an authority in several emerging areas of law. He is expert in the impact of digital technology on law, with a particular emphasis on using the internet to create digital business organizations and to improve the support provided by law for innovation and entrepreneurship generally. A pioneer in Neurolaw, he has participated in experiments using fMRI brain scanning techniques to explore the neurological basis of moral reasoning in conjunction with Humboldt University in Berlin and the University of London.</p> <p> His academic appointments reflect the breadth of his studies. At Vermont Law School, he is a Professor of Law and the Director of Scholarship. He is also currently a Faculty Fellow at The Berkman Center for Internet & Society at Harvard University, where he is co-director of the Law Lab project, a Research Fellow of the Gruter Institute for Law and Behavioral Research, and an Adjunct Professor at Dartmouth's Thayer School of Engineering. He has also been a Visiting Research Fellow at the Zoology Department of the University of Cambridge, a Lecturer in Law at the University of Pennsylvania Law School and a Visiting Professor at the Neurological Department of the Charite Medical School of Humboldt University in Berlin. He has participated as faculty for The National Judicial College since 2004. Professor Goodenough has also served as co-director of the Education and Outreach Program of the MacArthur Foundation Law and Neuroscience Project.</p> <p> Professor Goodenough has written on a wide variety of subjects relating law, business, the internet, and cognitive and behavioral science. His chapter "Digital Firm Formation" in the Kauffman Foundation book Rules for Growth (2011) has sparked reforms in corporate law. Law, Mind and Brain, co-edited with Michael Freeman, was published by Ashgate in February, 2009. With Semir Zeki, he edited the 2004 special issue of the Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society devoted to Law and the Brain, reprinted in book form under that title by Oxford University Press in 2006. He is co-author of This Business of Television, now in its third edition. His shorter works include articles and chapters on law and neuroscience, intellectual property, the transmission of culture, and, with Richard Dawkins, a report in Nature on chain letters as evolving 'mind viruses'.</p> <p> Professor Goodenough received his BA from Harvard University and his JD from the University of Pennsylvania. After graduation, he practiced law in New York, first as an associate with Cleary, Gottlieb, Steen & Hamilton and then with Kay, Collyer & Boose, where he was became a partner. In 2000 he won the Lee Loevinger Jurimetrics Research Award for his work on law and neuroscience, in 2002 the Gruter Institute Bene Merenti Award for outstanding achievements in law and behavioral research, and in 2010 the Vermont Law School Richard Brooks Faculty Scholarship Prize for scholarly achievement.</p>GP0|#f647c731-294c-4221-8910-a7958f383bfe;L0|#0f647c731-294c-4221-8910-a7958f383bfe|Business Law;GTSet|#d472df4a-bfc1-44e1-aba0-d9d3ce47ddf9;GP0|#d6acd3b4-db37-42a4-aad5-83f793c0c708;L0|#0d6acd3b4-db37-42a4-aad5-83f793c0c708|Corporations;GP0|#bca128b0-a830-4ee1-8a88-c827578667d4;L0|#0bca128b0-a830-4ee1-8a88-c827578667d4|Defamation and Libel Law;GP0|#29796484-c7b0-4e0f-b726-9521ae4574f3;L0|#029796484-c7b0-4e0f-b726-9521ae4574f3|Energy Law and Regulation;GP0|#1097e8ed-f499-4bab-bc72-b26c770244dc;L0|#01097e8ed-f499-4bab-bc72-b26c770244dc|Intellectual Property and Copyright Law;GP0|#d8f6e01e-bbfb-411d-a59e-d2b905739fe2;L0|#0d8f6e01e-bbfb-411d-a59e-d2b905739fe2|Internet and Communications Law;GP0|#80a2dac1-588e-4edc-b51d-aec40d22c160;L0|#080a2dac1-588e-4edc-b51d-aec40d22c160|Science and the LawGP0|#84094f35-8eaa-4481-b414-8bc4beec3f97;L0|#084094f35-8eaa-4481-b414-8bc4beec3f97|Faculty;GTSet|#f56df0fa-9bdb-4e22-abac-ddf5f696a71d;GPP|#d56ffc52-3a80-49e2-95fd-f49b2d4639a1<a href="http://www-assets.vermontlaw.edu/Assets/directories/FacultyDocuments/GoodenoughOliver_CV.pdf" target="_blank"><img alt="" src="/_layouts/15/IMAGES/icpdf.png" />Curriculum Vitae</a><a href="http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/cf_dev/AbsByAuth.cfm?per_id=55289" target="_blank"><img alt="" src="/_layouts/15/IMAGES/icgen.gif" />SSRN Link</a>Corporations; Digital Drafting; GPP: Representing Entrepreneurial Businesses; Independent Research Project; Intellectual Property; Introduction to eLawyering; Property

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              When "Stuff Happens" Isn't Enough: How An Evolutionary Theory of Doctrinal and Legal System Development Can Enrich Comparative Legal StudiesWhen "Stuff Happens" Isn't Enough: How An Evolutionary Theory of Doctrinal and Legal System Development Can Enrich Comparative Legal Studies<div class="ExternalClassBF165377A10E4B6393085942DA4183DF"><div> ​<em>When “Stuff Happens” Isn’t Enough: How An Evolutionary Theory of Doctrinal and Legal System Development Can Enrich Comparative Legal Studies</em>, <span style="font-variant:small-caps;">Review of Law & Economics</span>, Vol. 7: 3, Article 8 (2011). DOI: 10.2202/1555-5879.1572.</div>​</div>http://www.bepress.com/rle/vol7/iss3/art8 3100Publication
              Educating the Digital LawyerEducating the Digital Lawyer<div class="ExternalClass20EAD988CF7D495782CA8EF84469D1FC"><div> ​<span style="font-variant:small-caps;">Educating the Digital Lawyer</span>, co-edited with Marc Lauritsen, and with chapters contributed as author and co-author, LexisNexis e-book and hard copy publication (2012).</div></div>http://www.law.harvard.edu/programs/plp/pages/digital_lawyer_book.php 3099Publication
              Response to Gillian Hadfield's 'Legal Infrastructure and the New Economy'Response to Gillian Hadfield's 'Legal Infrastructure and the New Economy'<div class="ExternalClassC9C217BED81B44C6966BDEFC50B89367">​<div> <em>Response to Gillian Hadfield's 'Legal Infrastructure and the New Economy’</em>, <span style="font-variant:small-caps;">I/S: A Journal of Law and Policy for the Information Society</span>, Vol. 8(1): 71-79. (2012).</div>​</div>http://moritzlaw.osu.edu/students/groups/is/files/2012/02/Goodenough.2.19.12.FinalGroupReview.pdf3098Publication
              Developing an e-Curriculum: Reflections on the Future of Legal Education and on the Importance of Digital ExpertiseDeveloping an e-Curriculum: Reflections on the Future of Legal Education and on the Importance of Digital Expertise<div class="ExternalClassB8EBCDC255114CB9A917549FB4C1D826"><div><em>Developing an e-Curriculum: Reflections on the Future of Legal Education and on the Importance of Digital Expertise</em>,<span style="font-variant:small-caps;">Chicago-Kent Law Review</span> 88(3): 845-878​ (2013 Symposium Edition). </div></div>http://scholarship.kentlaw.iit.edu/cklawreview/vol88/iss3/8/3097Publication
              Guest Comment: Making Legal Technology a Practice not a Cost CenterGuest Comment: Making Legal Technology a Practice not a Cost Center<div class="ExternalClassF8D7F39C5F6B45DE9A8E70C02E79EF38"><div><em>​Guest Comment: Making Legal Technology a Practice not a Cost Center</em> <span style="font-variant:small-caps;">legalit insider</span>​, March 18, 2014.</div></div>http://www.legaltechnology.com/latest-news/guest-comment-making-legal-technology-a-practice-not-a-cost-center/3096Publication
              Retheorizing Privacy and PublicityRetheorizing Privacy and Publicity<div class="ExternalClass3A8322C1DA0D4F9DBB92F4BF4C67803F"> <em>​Retheorizing Privacy and Publicity</em>, 1 Intell. Prop. Q. 37 (1997).​ </div>1230Publication
              The Future of Intellectual Property: Broadening the Sense of "Ought"The Future of Intellectual Property: Broadening the Sense of "Ought"<div class="ExternalClass8017B80F772147788FB42D033275F7B6"> ​<em>The Future of Intellectual Property: Broadening the Sense of "Ought", 24 Eur. Intell. Prop. Rev. 291 (2002)</em>.​</div>1208Publication
              Lessons on the surge from economics 101Lessons on the surge from economics 101<div class="ExternalClass278658D451144F7DA230F70FC0E1C3FA"> ​<em>Lessons on the surge from economics 101</em> ​Rutland Herald, September 12, 2007. </div>http://mildlybrilliant.blogspot.com/2007/09/lessons-on-surge-from-economics-101.html 1206Publication
              Running Web-Based Businesses Entirely Through Internet CommunicationRunning Web-Based Businesses Entirely Through Internet Communication<div class="ExternalClassC274F73D373D49768BC2CB96DBC96977"><em>​Running Web-Based Businesses Entirely Through Internet Communication</em>, with Zeba Khan, Huffington Post, July 12, 2010.​ </div>http://www.huffingtonpost.com/oliver-r-goodenough/running-web-based-busines_b_643232.html1204Publication
              When Taxes Are Good for UsWhen Taxes Are Good for Us<div class="ExternalClassA1435418D040449996D8B7CC9F187A80"> <em>When Taxes Are Good for Us</em>, Huffington Post, April 15, 2011. </div>http://www.huffingtonpost.com/oliver-r-goodenough/when-taxes-are-good-for-u_b_849849.html1202Publication
              ColorizationColorization<div class="ExternalClass0027ED2C96114203A4A6E22E2939CF8D"> ​<em>Colorization</em>, Gannet Center Journal, Vol. 3, No. 3, P. 109 (1989). </div>1196Publication
              Avoiding Legal Trouble in Preparing DocudramasAvoiding Legal Trouble in Preparing Docudramas<div class="ExternalClass2E9FCD4E666C420BB19AE1B740256C4A"> <em>Avoiding Legal Trouble in Preparing Docudramas</em>, New York Law Journal, November 24, 1989.</div>1195Publication
              The Price of Fame: The Development of the U.S. Right of PublicityThe Price of Fame: The Development of the U.S. Right of Publicity<div class="ExternalClass931D9D2D672145A0A4DE5A3D70CC76FA"> <em>The Price of Fame: The Development of the U.S. Right of Publicity</em>, European Intellectual Property Review, Vol. 14, Nos. 2 & 3, P. 55 & 90 (1992). </div>1193Publication
              Television via Telephone Lines: Regulation and the Fibre Optic Revolution in the United StatesTelevision via Telephone Lines: Regulation and the Fibre Optic Revolution in the United States<div class="ExternalClass972CD8C029684E4CBE59F3C72A4D9609"> ​<em>Television via Telephone Lines: Regulation and the Fibre Optic Revolution in the United States</em>, Entertainment Law Review, Vol. 3, No. 3 (1992)​.​</div>1191Publication
              A Right of Privacy in the United Kingdom: Why not the Courts?A Right of Privacy in the United Kingdom: Why not the Courts?<div class="ExternalClass22B887EE3F324A30848E66D2EB8929F6"> ​<em>A Right of Privacy in the United Kingdom: Why not the Courts?</em> European Intellectual Property Review, Vol. 15, No. 7, P.227 (1993).​ </div>1190Publication
              Pointillism, Copyright and the Droit d'Auteur: Time to See a Bigger PicturePointillism, Copyright and the Droit d'Auteur: Time to See a Bigger Picture<div class="ExternalClass474B6755FB144744B29FF9D1AA734BCC"> ​<em>Pointillism, Copyright and the Droit d'Auteur: Time to See a Bigger Picture</em>, Entertainment Law Review, Vol. 5, No. 2, P. 35 (1994).​ </div>1188Publication
              The 'St Jude' mind virusThe 'St Jude' mind virus<div class="ExternalClassA293820CEECC433B83E9C376F712560E"> <em>The 'St Jude' mind virus</em>, with Richard Dawkins, Nature, Vol. 371, No. 6492, P. 23, (September 1, 1994).​ </div>1187Publication
              Mind Viruses: Culture, Evolution and the Puzzle of AltruismMind Viruses: Culture, Evolution and the Puzzle of Altruism<div class="ExternalClassA994A33A99904507B0E3A3FBA5D9E0A9"> ​<em>Mind Viruses: Culture, Evolution and the Puzzle of Altruism</em>, Social Science Information, Vol. 34, No. 2, P. 287 (1995).​ </div>1177Publication
              Replication and the Evolution of CultureReplication and the Evolution of Culture<div class="ExternalClassF38BC02F23FA458C961B54A5E1EB7028"> <em>Replication and the Evolution of Culture</em>, Anthropology Newsletter, Vol. 37, No. 1, P. 10 (1996).​ </div>1176Publication
              Go Fish: Evaluating the Restatement's Formulation of the Law of PublicityGo Fish: Evaluating the Restatement's Formulation of the Law of Publicity<div class="ExternalClass6ACBAD468A25472795BBF97C419B3C78"> <em>Go Fish: Evaluating the Restatement's Formulation of the Law of Publicity</em>, South Carolina Law Review, Vol. 47, No. 4, P.709 (1996).​</div>1175Publication
              Biology, Behavior, and Criminal Law: Seeking a Responsible Approach to an Inevitable InterchangeBiology, Behavior, and Criminal Law: Seeking a Responsible Approach to an Inevitable Interchange<div class="ExternalClass7A8B2976E27C4B6CB3511B5F36D9B2E4"> ​<em>Biology, Behavior, and Criminal Law: Seeking a Responsible Approach to an Inevitable Interchange</em>, Vermont Law Review, Vol.22, No. 2, P. 263 (1997). </div>1173Publication
              Defending the Imaginary to the Death?, Free Trade, National Identity, and Canada's Cultural PreoccupationDefending the Imaginary to the Death?, Free Trade, National Identity, and Canada's Cultural Preoccupation<div class="ExternalClassD2E29282D20A4E0585B281F9BB7C5611"> ​<em>Defending the Imaginary to the Death?, Free Trade, National Identity, and Canada's Cultural Preoccupation</em>, Arizona Journal of International and Comparative Law, Vol. 15, No. 1, P.203 (1998).​ </div>1172Publication
              Mapping Cortical Areas Associated with Legal Reasoning and Moral IntuitionMapping Cortical Areas Associated with Legal Reasoning and Moral Intuition<div class="ExternalClassC9C756160EF4476AA7566B486D7BAFCA"> <em>Mapping Cortical Areas Associated with Legal Reasoning and Moral Intuition</em>, 41 Jurimetrics J. Vol. 41, P. 429-442 (2001).​</div>1171Publication
              Cortical regions associated with the sense of justice and with legal rulesCortical regions associated with the sense of justice and with legal rules<div class="ExternalClassF4D144970CBB470EA356171DC656DC3B"> <em>Cortical regions associated with the sense of justice and with legal rules</em>, Schultz, J., Goodenough, O.R., Frackowiak, R. & Frith, C.D., NeuroImage, Vol. 13, P. S 473 (2001). </div>1170Publication
              Comments, Symposium, International Telecommunications Law in the Post-Deregulatory LandscapeComments, Symposium, International Telecommunications Law in the Post-Deregulatory Landscape<div class="ExternalClass40F6E9048E674B4DAF9671A7445EA1CD"> Comments, Symposium, International Telecommunications Law in the Post-Deregulatory Landscape, Co-Sponsored with the Brooklyn Law School Center for the Study of International Business Law <em>Panel III: International Trade In Media Products</em>, Brooklyn Journal of International Law, Vol. 27, P. 1003-28 (2002) (comment included in a full report of panel discussions)​.​ </div>http://www.brooklaw.edu/~/media/PDF/LawJournals/BJI_PDF/bji_vol27iii.ashx1168Publication
              Culture and Audiovisual Programming: Too Important for Excessive ProtectionCulture and Audiovisual Programming: Too Important for Excessive Protection<div class="ExternalClassE4D51A8D6A3E43DDA70D6F750DFC85D8"> ​<em>Culture and Audiovisual Programming: Too Important for Excessive Protection</em>, ​Medialex, Vol. 2, No. 3, P. 81-82 (2003). </div>1167Publication
              Responsibility and Punishment - Whose Mind? A ResponseResponsibility and Punishment - Whose Mind? A Response<div class="ExternalClass59773A511AB848FFA4DE1030D97AECCB"> <em>Responsibility and Punishment - Whose Mind? A Response</em>, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B, Biological Sciences, Vol. 359, No. 1451, P.<em> </em>1805-1809 (2004).​</div>http://rstb.royalsocietypublishing.org/content/359/1451/1805.full.pdf+html1166Publication
              Law and the Brain - An Introduction (2004)Law and the Brain - An Introduction (2004)<div class="ExternalClass0D9F5C5E63274669852ECDC3BBA55892"> <em>Law and the Brain - An Introduction,</em> (with Semir Zeki) Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B, Biological Sciences, Vol. 359, No. 1451, P.1661-1665 (2004).​ </div>http://rstb.royalsocietypublishing.org/content/359/1451/1709.full.pdf+html1165Publication
              A Neuroscientific Approach to Normative Judgment in Law and JusticeA Neuroscientific Approach to Normative Judgment in Law and Justice<div class="ExternalClass6BE37851C3DE4C0E86F90BAF00BEAC7D"> <em>A Neuroscientific Approach to Normative Judgment in Law and Justice,</em> (with Kristin Prehn) Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B, Biological Sciences, Vol. 359, No. 1451, P. 1709-1726 (2004).​ </div>http://rstb.royalsocietypublishing.org/content/359/1451/1709.full.pdf+html1164Publication
              Un modello neuroscientifico del giudizio normativo nel diritto e nella giustiziaUn modello neuroscientifico del giudizio normativo nel diritto e nella giustizia<div class="ExternalClass0216170D7D004FD2A3F13DCD04F9675F"> ​<em>Un modello neuroscientifico del giudizio normativo nel diritto e nella giustizia</em>, (with Kristin Prehn) tit. orig.: <em>A neuroscientific approach to normative judgment in law and justice,</em> in: Phil. Trans. Roy. Soc. Lond., B359, 2004, pp.1709-1726.​ </div>1163Publication
              Roundtable Discussion: Must We Choose Between Rationality and Irrationality?Roundtable Discussion: Must We Choose Between Rationality and Irrationality?<div class="ExternalClassB6B28E2D0773421D89E322DBC9C1182E"> ​<em>Roundtable Discussion: Must We Choose Between Rationality and Irrationality?</em>, Moderator, Clare Hill, Chi. Kent L. Rev., Vol. 80, No. 3, pp. 1257-1284 (2005).​</div>http://studentorgs.kentlaw.iit.edu/cklawreview/wp-content/uploads/sites/3/vol80no3/Roundtable.pdf1162Publication
              Cultural Replication Theory in Law: Proximate Mechanisms Make a Difference - Vermont Law ReviewCultural Replication Theory in Law: Proximate Mechanisms Make a Difference - Vermont Law Review<div class="ExternalClass9852E2633C9A4768BD543A14BE1B09CB"> <em>Cultural Replication Theory in Law: Proximate Mechanisms Make a Difference</em>, Vermont Law Review, Vol. 30, No. 4, pp. 989-1005 (2006).​ </div>http://lawreview.vermontlaw.edu/files/2012/02/goodenough.pdf1161Publication
              Individual differences in moral judgment competence influence neural correlates of socio-normative judgmentsIndividual differences in moral judgment competence influence neural correlates of socio-normative judgments<div class="ExternalClassF25C8635DD36448E8FA146AA841CC9DE"> ​<em>Individual differences in moral judgment competence influence neural correlates of socio-normative judgments.</em> ​With Prehn K, Wartenburger I, Mériau K, Scheibe C, Goodenough OR, Villringer A, van der Meer E, and Heekeren HR, Social cognitive and affective neuroscience 3(1):33-46, (2008). </div>http://scan.oxfordjournals.org/content/3/1/33.full1160Publication
              Institutions, Emotions, and Law: A Goldilocks Problem for Mechanism DesignInstitutions, Emotions, and Law: A Goldilocks Problem for Mechanism Design<div class="ExternalClassBE239DC2F5B84576B939B119B7A8781E"> <em>Institutions, Emotions, and Law: A Goldilocks Problem for Mechanism Design</em>, ​Vermont Law Review, Vol. 33, pp. 395 - 404 (2009). </div>http://lawreview.vermontlaw.edu/files/2012/02/11-Goodenough-Book-3-Vol.-33.pdf1159Publication
              Law and Cognitive NeuroscienceLaw and Cognitive Neuroscience<div class="ExternalClass2DEED6EA829C4B748445B911B44F4FA8"> ​<em>Law and Cognitive Neuroscience</em>, with Micaela Tucker, Annual Review of Law and Social Science, Vol. 6: 61-92 (2010). </div>http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=17083741158Publication
              Brain Sciences in the CourtroomBrain Sciences in the Courtroom<div class="ExternalClassC3204A514BAD46A495DD34A2FD53F94E"> ​<em>Brain Sciences in the Courtroom</em>, a symposium report, Mercer Law Review, Vol. 62: 769-836 ( 2011). </div>1157Publication
              Neuroscience Basics for LawyersNeuroscience Basics for Lawyers<div class="ExternalClass6B6C0CA907A849CFB96442A0BD233E40"> <em>Neuroscience Basics for Lawyers</em>, with Micaela Tucker, Mercer Law Review, Vol. 62: 945-958 (2011).​ </div>1156Publication
              This Business of TelevisionThis Business of Television<div class="ExternalClassE8ADC07EB1634F32A95853109BAACE0D"> <em>This Business of Television</em>, with Howard Blumenthal (New York, Billboard Books, 1991). </div>1155Publication
              Cultural Replication Theory and LawCultural Replication Theory and Law<div class="ExternalClassC4D69DA40FAB4574AE6E44C48D178232"> "Cultural Replication Theory and Law," in <em>The Gruter Institute Working Papers on Law 1, Economics, and Evolutionary Biology</em> (Berkeley Electronic Press).​ </div>http://services.bepress.com/giwp/vol1/iss1/art3/1153Publication
              Privacy and Publicity: Society, Doctrine, and the Development of LawPrivacy and Publicity: Society, Doctrine, and the Development of Law<div class="ExternalClass996BD03503F04D3D87E0540784B2EB50"> <em>​Privacy and Publicity: Society, Doctrine, and the Development of Law</em> (London, The Intellectual Property Institute, 1996).​ </div>1152Publication
              This Business of Television - 2nd editionThis Business of Television - 2nd edition<div class="ExternalClass7F7B9CB76C864CA5AF01B01291F83FE5"> <em>This Business of Television</em>, 2nd ed., with Howard Blumenthal (New York, Billboard Books, 1998). </div>1151Publication
              The Nature of Business: Bringing the Insights of Biologically Informed Behavioral Science to Business and the LawThe Nature of Business: Bringing the Insights of Biologically Informed Behavioral Science to Business and the Law<div class="ExternalClassD3A6EAD952114BF2ACC7C3680A07FF2C"> ​<em>Information Replication in Culture: Three Modes for the Transmission of Culture Elements Through Observed Action</em>, Proceedings of the AISB'99 Symposium on Imitation in Animals and Artifacts (Sussex, The Society for the Study of Artificial Intelligence and the Simulation of Behavior, 1999).​ </div>1150Publication
              Law and the Architecture of Human Intelligence - HaftLaw and the Architecture of Human Intelligence - Haft<div class="ExternalClass93683E8D646446A3B342A1D4955E57F9"> ​"Law and the Architecture of Human Intelligence," in <em>Bausteine zu einer Verhaltungstheorie des Rechts</em> (Haft, Fritjof et al. eds., 2001).​ </div>1149Publication
              Law and the Architecture of Human Intelligence - NomosLaw and the Architecture of Human Intelligence - Nomos<div class="ExternalClassEBAC516F25D74C23A484D68472958490"><p>​<em>Law and the Architecture of Human Intelligence</em>, in Haft, Fritjof et al. eds., Bausteine zu einer Verhaltungstheorie des Rechts (Nomos, 2001)</p></div>1148Publication
              Law and the Biology of Commitment - Randolph NesseLaw and the Biology of Commitment - Randolph Nesse<div class="ExternalClass99B6F61CDA864B9EBDA8D453B5C13256"> "Law and the Biology of Commitment," in <em>Evolution and the Capacity For Commitment</em> (Randolph Nesse ed., 2002).​ </div>1147Publication
              Information Replication in Culture: Three Modes for the Transmission of Culture Elements through Observed ActionInformation Replication in Culture: Three Modes for the Transmission of Culture Elements through Observed Action<div class="ExternalClassE896EE3CDB3B4648935E628C364567FC"> "Information Replication in Culture: Three Modes for the Transmission of Culture Elements through Observed Action," in <em>Imitation in Animals and Artifacts</em> 573 (M.I.T. Press 2002).​</div>1146Publication
              Law and the Biology of Commitment - Russell SageLaw and the Biology of Commitment - Russell Sage<div class="ExternalClassD4E9469B888640F7800AB9B630E5317E"> <em>Law and the Biology of Commitment</em>, in Randolph Nesse, ed., Evolution and the Capacity for Commitment (Russel Sage, 2002).​ </div>1145Publication
              Elements through Observed ActionElements through Observed Action<div class="ExternalClass1C176303F4604A82AF8D06C4027D2FA6"> <em>Elements through Observed Action</em>, in K. Dautenhahn and C. L. Nehaniv, (Eds.), Imitation in Animals and Artifacts (MIT Press, 2002).​ </div>1144Publication
              This Business of Television 3rd editionThis Business of Television 3rd edition<div class="ExternalClass8994F382A18C4F7B997D8A89458B0F84"> <em>This Business of Television</em>, 3<sup>rd</sup> Ed., with Howard Blumenthal (Billboard Books, New York, 2006). </div>1142Publication
              Law and the Brain (2006)Law and the Brain (2006)<div class="ExternalClass651AFA1D72B74CDD9250EC6B9599157A"> <em>​Law and the Brain</em>, with Semir Zeki (eds.), and co-author of 3 chapters (Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2006).​ </div>1141Publication

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              Strategic Mechanisms, Functional Modeling, and Experimental Design for Neurolaw and Property - SyracuseStrategic Mechanisms, Functional Modeling, and Experimental Design for Neurolaw and Property - Syracuse<div class="ExternalClassE17D9975DFD64F869C5EF28F67EC61FB"><p>​"Strategic Mechanisms, Functional Modeling, and Experimental Design for Neurolaw and Property," <em>3rd Annual Property and Psychology Roundtable Workshop</em>, Syracuse University College of Law, June 16, 2011</p></div>1021Presentation
              Creating and Consuming Scholarship in the Age of Information OverloadCreating and Consuming Scholarship in the Age of Information Overload<div class="ExternalClass93200959D0EB44AC9C5A3BBDFEDDCF21"> ​"Creating and Consuming Scholarship in the Age of Information Overload," <em>Annual Meeting of the Society for Scholarly Publishing</em>, Boston, June 2, 2011.​ </div>1022Presentation
              Fostering Innovation and Entrepreneurship: Multiple Stages, Multiple ChallengesFostering Innovation and Entrepreneurship: Multiple Stages, Multiple Challenges<div class="ExternalClass7982903EC3F3434B939BB93ECAFBA914"> "Fostering Innovation and Entrepreneurship: Multiple Stages, Multiple Challenges" at<em> Innovation and Economic Growth: Exploring the Origins and Effects of Innovative Behavior</em>, Gruter Institute Annual Conference, Squaw Valley, CA, May 25-27, 2011.​</div>1024Presentation
              Fostering Innovation and Entrepreneurship: an MEM SpecialtyFostering Innovation and Entrepreneurship: an MEM Specialty<div class="ExternalClassFE92FC47C6C74524962F76723DF2C0B3"> "Fostering Innovation and Entrepreneurship: an MEM Specialty," MEM Reunion Weekend Talk,Thayer School of Engineering, Dartmouth College, May 7, 2011.​</div>http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=swKAzQyT5xU1026Presentation
              Introduction to Neuroscience and its Application to LawIntroduction to Neuroscience and its Application to Law<div class="ExternalClass40F7515F4206484B94ED27042790D0D5"> "Introduction to Neuroscience and its Application to Law," <em>Mississippi Trial & Appellate Judges Spring Conference</em>, Jackson Marriott - Jackson, MS April 28, 2011.​ </div>1028Presentation
              Cloud Computing Presents Hard ProblemsCloud Computing Presents Hard Problems<div class="ExternalClassAF55AEA28CA647B9B235A7D74F4B50BE"><p>​"Cloud Computing Presents Hard Problems" a panel presentation at <em>NIST Cloud Computing Forum & Workshop III</em>, Gaithrsburg, MD, April 7, 2011.​ </p></div>http://www.ebmcdn.net/niststream/flash/Cloud11/cloud11-playlist.html1029Presentation
              Educating the Digital LawyerEducating the Digital Lawyer<div class="ExternalClass4D30774C226D4F07A0DC0B6D8EA7CEB2"> ​Participant and discussion leader, <em>Educating the Digital Lawyer</em>, A workshop hosted by The Columbia Law School Lawyering in the Digital Age Clinic, Jerome Greene Annex and Faculty House, New York, New York, April 14, 2011.​ </div>1075Presentation
              Neuroscience and the Ethics of Legal PracticeNeuroscience and the Ethics of Legal Practice<div class="ExternalClass2601A985C491448E8104304827441FDF"><p>​Presenter of "Neuroscience and the Ethics of Legal Practice" and panel moderator of "Neuroscience and Decision Making" and "Brains, Behavior and Addiction: Culpability and Punishment," at <em>Law and the Brain</em>, a conference of Public Information Resources, Inc., New York, New York, March 16, 2011</p></div>1101Presentation
              A Decade of Neurolaw - Where Has it Brought Us? - LoyolaA Decade of Neurolaw - Where Has it Brought Us? - Loyola<div class="ExternalClass5296EEEB7EE94A1E96D6DCA36CEA86B4"> <em>A Decade of Neurolaw - Where Has it Brought Us?</em> at the 12<sup>th</sup> Scholarship Conference of The Society for Evolutionary Analysis in Law, Loyola Law School, Los Angeles, California, February 11, 2011.​ </div>1102Presentation
              Synthetic Biology Meets the LawSynthetic Biology Meets the Law<div class="ExternalClass93058689B1624985AD06BF7B78E7498E"><p>​Panelist, "Synthetic Biology Meets the Law," Program of the Biolaw Section, 2011 Annual Meeting of the Association of American Law Schools, San Francisco, California, January 5, 2011</p></div>1103Presentation
              A Decade of Neurolaw - Where Has it Brought Us? - MercerA Decade of Neurolaw - Where Has it Brought Us? - Mercer<div class="ExternalClass307348511EFA4BE6915938DD68F15034"> "​A Decade of Neurolaw - Where Has it Brought Us?," at <em>The Brain Sciences in the Courtroom</em>, a Symposium of the Mercer Law Review, the Walter F. George School of Law, Mercer University, Mercer, Georgia, October 22, 2010. </div>1104Presentation
              Financial Reform and InnovationFinancial Reform and Innovation<div class="ExternalClassE00FCE9CA16A484FAEA6571DECB6C255"> "Financial Reform and Innovation" at <em>Governance as an Open Platform</em>, hosted by the Berkman Center for Internet & Society's Law Lab, in collaboration with O'Reilly Media, Inc., Washington, D.C., September 8-9, 2010.​ </div>1105Presentation
              Digital Incorporation: Firm Formation in the Virtual WorldDigital Incorporation: Firm Formation in the Virtual World<div class="ExternalClass5B8E98CA276C47BEAFB274F0B36D06A2"> <em>Digital Incorporation: Firm Formation in the Virtual World</em> at the Kauffman Summer Legal Institute, Dana Point, California, July 9, 2010.​ </div>1106Presentation
              Seminar on Neuroscience & Criminal Behavior for Chief U.S. Probation and Pretrial Services Officers and Substance Abuse/Mental Health SpecialistsSeminar on Neuroscience & Criminal Behavior for Chief U.S. Probation and Pretrial Services Officers and Substance Abuse/Mental Health Specialists<div class="ExternalClassAB563F0111D94311832EFAE9BADDBB79"> ​​Co-Organizer and presenter at <em>Seminar on Neuroscience & Criminal Behavior for Chief U.S. Probation and Pretrial Services Officers and Substance Abuse/Mental Health Specialists</em>, presented by the Gruter Institute for Law and Behavioral Research and the Federal Judicial Center, Philadelphia, PA, June 12-13, 2010. </div>1107Presentation
              Workshop on Neuroscience and LawWorkshop on Neuroscience and Law<div class="ExternalClassE6BC6C5E6FB74430AAB7D2AA70F14DB1"> ​Organizer and presenter at a <em>Workshop on Neuroscience and Law</em>, a training session for the New Hampshire U.S. Attorneys office,, cosponsored by the Gruter Institute for Law and Behavioral Research, the MacArthur Law and Neuroscience Project, and the Dartmouth College Ethics Institute, Hanover, New Hampshire, May 19, 2010. </div>1108Presentation
              The Future of Law in a Digital AgeThe Future of Law in a Digital Age<div class="ExternalClass52A537EB59444A288CD9CFC5F7A8AE6D"> <em>The Future of Law in a Digital Age</em>, A Presentation for Law Day 2010, Hanscom Air Force Base, Concord, Massachusetts, April 30, 2010.​ </div>1109Presentation
              Evolutionary and Neuroscientific Approaches to Law: Games, Brains and Mechanism DesignEvolutionary and Neuroscientific Approaches to Law: Games, Brains and Mechanism Design<div class="ExternalClassF7A7166D5ABC4176A97F782890677139"> ​"Evolutionary and Neuroscientific Approaches to Law: Games, Brains and Mechanism Design," at <em>Evolutionary Approaches to Comparative Law: Integrating Theoretical Perspectives</em>, Joint Expert Seminar, sponsored by the Ghent University Department of Legal Theory and Legal History and the Tilburg University Institute of Comparative and Transnational Law, Ghent, Belgium, April 23-24, 2010.​ </div>1110Presentation
              Reflections on the Use of Biology in the Study of CooperationReflections on the Use of Biology in the Study of Cooperation<div class="ExternalClass07370559DAAD4594AD91AACC0614ED0B"> ​Co-Organizer and presenter of "Reflections on the Use of Biology in the Study of Cooperation" at <em>Moral Biology</em>, hosted by the Petrie-Flom Center for Health Law Policy, Biotechnology, and Bioethics, at Harvard Law School, in collaboration with the University-Wide Program on Ethics and Health, The Project on Law and Mind Sciences, the Harvard Provost's Office, the MacArthur Law and Neuroscience Project and the Gruter Institute for Law and Behavioral Research, Harvard Law School, Cambridge, Massachusetts, April 15-16, 2010.​ </div>1111Presentation
              Strategic Mechanisms, Functional Modeling and Experimental Design in Neurolaw - ESI/IFREEStrategic Mechanisms, Functional Modeling and Experimental Design in Neurolaw - ESI/IFREE<div class="ExternalClass5CD8196EF00749EBACF14D798C4A58D7"> ​"Strategic Mechanisms, Functional Modeling and Experimental Design in Neurolaw" an <em>ESI/IFREE Lecture</em>, Economic Science Institute, Chapman University, Orange, California, February 19, 2010.​ </div>1112Presentation
              Future of Venture Finance: Reflections on Short-Term Fixes and a Possible Full-Scale RedesignFuture of Venture Finance: Reflections on Short-Term Fixes and a Possible Full-Scale Redesign<div class="ExternalClassE8B938745CB04512936DBCBCC21018DF"> "Future of Venture Finance: Reflections on Short-Term Fixes and a Possible Full-Scale Redesign," at <em>The Future of Venture Finance</em>, a conference organized by the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation, Coconut Grove, Florida, January 14-15, 2010.​ </div>1113Presentation
              Strategic Mechanisms, Functional Modeling and Experimental Design in Neurolaw - CELSStrategic Mechanisms, Functional Modeling and Experimental Design in Neurolaw - CELS<div class="ExternalClass61D98CA948034EA3AD064DC2EBB8B6AF"> "Strategic Mechanisms, Functional Modeling and Experimental Design in Neurolaw" at <em>CELS 2009, 4th Annual Conference on Empirical Legal Studies</em>, UCLA School of Law, Los Angeles, CA, November 20, 2009.​ </div>1114Presentation
              Cloud Law, Finance 3.0, and Digital InstitutionsCloud Law, Finance 3.0, and Digital Institutions<div class="ExternalClass5CBD535774544A889EDA8030FD4B06EC"> <em>Cloud Law, Finance 3.0, and Digital Institutions</em> with John Clippinger at the Berkman Center for Internet & Society, October 5, 2009.​ </div>http://cyber.law.harvard.edu/interactive/events/luncheons/2009/10/lawlab1115Presentation
              Introduction to Neuroscience and LawIntroduction to Neuroscience and Law<div class="ExternalClassA93C2BBB06394BAEB670993E27C30476"> ​Co-Organizer and presenter of Introduction to Neuroscience and Law, at <em>Law, Neuroscience and Mental Health, a Legislative Workshop</em>, co sponsored by the Vermont Law School and the University of Vermont, South Royalton, Vermont, October 2, 2009.​ </div>1116Presentation
              If Hume Knew Neuroscience: A Functional Explanation for the Apparent Separation of 'Is' and 'Ought'If Hume Knew Neuroscience: A Functional Explanation for the Apparent Separation of 'Is' and 'Ought'<div class="ExternalClass3083FE81BAC14EA3BFBF9DB6C949BAB3"> ​"If Hume Knew Neuroscience: A Functional Explanation for the Apparent Separation of 'Is' and 'Ought'," at <em>Current Legal Issues Colloquium: Law & Neuroscience</em>, University College London, July 6, 2009.​ </div>1117Presentation
              Fact Finding: Designing a Judicial Training Program - Bias, Eyewitness Testimony, and NeuroscienceFact Finding: Designing a Judicial Training Program - Bias, Eyewitness Testimony, and Neuroscience<div class="ExternalClassED7B9D1555794F649309BB7168C403A3"> ​"Fact Finding: Designing a Judicial Training Program - Bias, Eyewitness Testimony, and Neuroscience," presented with Sandra Oxner, <em>Commonwealth Judicial Education Institute</em>, Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia, June 18, 2009​ </div>1118Presentation
              Seminar on Law and NeuroscienceSeminar on Law and Neuroscience<div class="ExternalClass28B04FB6AE7B438990E3669AB0C63E08"> Co-Organizer and presenter, <em>Seminar on Law and Neuroscience</em>, co-sponsored by the Gruter Institute for Law and Behavioral Research, the National Judicial College, and the Vanderbilt University Law School, a MacArthur Project Outreach Program, Nashville, Tennessee, June 18-19, 2009.​ </div>1119Presentation
              Context and the Evolution of Mechanisms for Solving Collective ActionContext and the Evolution of Mechanisms for Solving Collective Action<div class="ExternalClass97A6CAD0D292481AB5DD5B561738748D"> Co-Organizer and session chair, <em>Context and the Evolution of Mechanisms for Solving Collective Action</em>, at the Workshop in Political Theory and Policy Analysis, Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana, April 30 - May 3, 2009.​ </div>1120Presentation
              Neuroscience for Federal JudgesNeuroscience for Federal Judges<div class="ExternalClassAE5E10791E60408D93173C513AF5E425"> ​Co-Organizer, moderator, and presenter at <em>Neuroscience for Federal Judges,</em> a Law and Neuroscience Project Education and Outreach Program event co-sponsored by the Federal Judicial Center, Stanford Law School, Palo Alto, California, June 5-6, 2008.​ </div>1121Presentation
              Biotechnology and the Future of Intellectual Property: A Proposition, Three Challenges, a High-Tech Approach and a Low-Tech SuggestionBiotechnology and the Future of Intellectual Property: A Proposition, Three Challenges, a High-Tech Approach and a Low-Tech Suggestion<div class="ExternalClassB3B2A71C61DE47EA98A8F19BA400BE83"> <em>Biotechnology and the Future of Intellectual Property: A Proposition, Three Challenges, a High-Tech Approach and a Low-Tech Suggestion</em>, presented at The Future of Intellectual Property, Santa Clara University, Santa Clara, CA, 2001.​ </div>1122Presentation
              Locating the Sense of Justice in the BrainLocating the Sense of Justice in the Brain<div class="ExternalClass0E4C6169D9114E88B4C47D607550AB56"> <em>Locating the Sense of Justice in the Brain</em>, presented at the Institut fur Anthropologie, Campus Charite Mitte, Humboldt-Universitat zu Berlin, Berlin, Germany, 2001.​ </div>1123Presentation
              Neuroscience and the Law: The Architecture of Human Intelligence Shapes How We Make and Apply LawNeuroscience and the Law: The Architecture of Human Intelligence Shapes How We Make and Apply Law<div class="ExternalClassAB128AA5A6A04ABDBE8F348C6949840E"> <em>Neuroscience and the Law: The Architecture of Human Intelligence Shapes How We Make and Apply Law</em>, Institute of Advanced Legal Studies, London, 2000.​ </div>1124Presentation
              Cultural Evolution: Getting Beyond the Memetics MetaphorsCultural Evolution: Getting Beyond the Memetics Metaphors<div class="ExternalClass565960FFAAA948D691304B0895AAF43C"> <em>Cultural Evolution: Getting Beyond the Memetics Metaphors</em>, a presentation to the Sub-department of Animal Behavior, Department of Zoology, University of Cambridge, 1999.​ </div>1125Presentation
              Biology, Behavior, and the Criminal LawBiology, Behavior, and the Criminal Law<div class="ExternalClass37D74E75DC1A406FB387A8E84E7D490E"> <em>Biology, Behavior, and the Criminal Law</em>, faculty adviser and p​anelist, Vermont Law Review Symposium, 1997.​ </div>1126Presentation
              Law in a Modular Mind - University of LondonLaw in a Modular Mind - University of London<div class="ExternalClass911BC017A0A14645A4D441A4869C5B7E"> <em>Law in a Modular Mind</em>, Institute of Advanced Legal Studies, University of London, 1996.​ </div>1127Presentation
              Law in a Modular Mind - Dartmouth CollegeLaw in a Modular Mind - Dartmouth College<div class="ExternalClassEEFC1B327A294429BE7FFA64D9DD8C7C"> <em>Law in a Modular Mind</em>, Law and Biology seminar for federal judges, Dartmouth College, 1996.​ </div>1128Presentation
              Privacy and PublicityPrivacy and Publicity<div class="ExternalClassA15A2E9DE9634469926E1D905B605B6E"> <em>Privacy and Publicity</em>, Intellectual Property Institute, London, 1996​.​ </div>1129Presentation
              Courtroom Drama: The Law Applicable to Fact-Based Film, Television and TheaterCourtroom Drama: The Law Applicable to Fact-Based Film, Television and Theater<div class="ExternalClassE2E185ABDA6E4237B26A67D30161701E"> <em>Courtroom Drama: The Law Applicable to Fact-Based Film, Television and Theater</em>, University of Birmingham, 1996.​ </div>1130Presentation
              The Opportunity of New TechnologiesThe Opportunity of New Technologies<div class="ExternalClass8A06E8AC425E4A9886F1BBD31A3D322D"> <em>The Opportunity of New Technologies</em>, East/West Producers Seminar, Czech Republic, 1994.​ </div>1131Presentation
              The Importance of Intellectual Property Law in International RelationsThe Importance of Intellectual Property Law in International Relations<div class="ExternalClass4132A3A25EEE4DC397ABB325C15D711B"> <em>The Importance of Intellectual Property Law in International Relations</em>, Ankara, Turkey, 1993.​ </div>1132Presentation
              Understanding the United States Motion Picture IndustryUnderstanding the United States Motion Picture Industry<div class="ExternalClassE59FB7A9E5B34809A869C8B5CCBBDAEF"> <em>Understanding the United States Motion Picture Industry</em>, Moscow, Russia, 1990. </div>1133Presentation
              Generativity and Institutional InnovationGenerativity and Institutional Innovation<div class="ExternalClassBF5A6AC32587410FB7473F646655AEF9"><div> Co-Organizer with Matt Ridley, Monika Cheney and Julian Morris and presenter of "Generativity and Institutional Innovation", as part of <em>Is Innovation Evolutionary? Understanding the Processes Underlying Innovation</em>, Millbank House, House of Lords, London, England, July 9,​ 2014​.</div></div>3101Presentation
              Innovation and GrowthInnovation and Growth<div class="ExternalClass37D07A4986E5410C9A282126573AFAA3"><div> ​Co-Organizer with Monika Cheney of <em>Innovation and Growth</em>, Gruter Institute Squaw Valley Conference, Olympic Valley, CA, May 18-23, 2014, and presenter of <em>Innovation and Growth: Goals and Methods</em>; <em>Generativity and Institutional Innovation</em>; <em>The "Great Restructuring" in American Legal System</em>; and <em>Computational Contracting and Financial Instruments</em>.​</div></div>3102Presentation
              Workshop on Innovation - StanfordWorkshop on Innovation - Stanford<div class="ExternalClassEFBF3FA512E54969BDC8E066898282E0"><div> Co-Organizer with Monika Cheney and Phil Malone of the Stanford University Law School/Gruter Institute<em> Workshop on Innovation</em>, Palo Alto, CA, March 24, 2014.</div> ​</div>3103Presentation
              Workshop on Innovation - HarvardWorkshop on Innovation - Harvard<div class="ExternalClass262B20106EAD47F08E4FEB640091E0C5"><div> Co-Organizer with Monika Cheney and Urs Gasser of the Berkman Center/Gruter Institute <em>Workshop on Innovation</em>, Harvard Law School, Cambridge, MA, January 24, 2014.​</div></div>3104Presentation
              Innovation and Growth: Biological, Economic, Institutional, and TechnologicalInnovation and Growth: Biological, Economic, Institutional, and Technological<div class="ExternalClass7857FF2C81384ABEB9FDC9B124DD4351"><div>​Co-organizer with Monika Cheney of <em>Innovation and Growth: Biological, Economic, Institutional and Technological</em>, Gruter Institute Squaw Valley Conference, Olympic Valley, California, May 19-24, 2013, and presenter of <em>Innovation and Growth: Goals and Methods</em> (with Monika Cheney), <em>Legal Kinetics and Catalysis</em> (with Jennifer Drobac), <em>The Law and Robots: How Legal Infrastructure Can Support Economic Growth<em>, and <em>Rates of Growth and Their Limits</em>.</em></em></div><em><em></em></em></div>3105Presentation

              Awards & Accomplishments

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              Editorships and Advisory CommitteesEditorships and Advisory Committees<div class="ExternalClassF2AB4BB3F55D46B1B804CE881CC5EACE"><div>SSRN INNOVATION IN LEGAL EDUCATION EJOURNAL, Co-Editor with Rebecca Purdom, 2013 - </div><div><br></div><div>LEXISNEXIS LAW SCHOOL ADVISORY BOARD, Member, 2014 - </div><div><br></div><div>SSRN LAW & NEUROSCIENCE EJOURNAL, Co-Editor with Amanda Pustilnik, 2010 - 2012</div><div><br></div><div>LEXISNEXIS GLOBAL LEGAL INNOVATION BOARD, Member, 2010 - 2011 </div></div>3095Affiliation
              Legal Practice and ConsultancyLegal Practice and Consultancy<div class="ExternalClass5447768B73D344E68E3C8F14A2C32AC6"><div>​KAY & BOOSE, LLP (and predecessors Kay Collyer & Boose and Fulop & Hardee), New York, New York.  Of Counsel, 1991-2003; Partner, 1986-1990; Associate, 1981-1986</div><div><br></div><div>CLEARY, GOTTLIEB, STEEN & HAMILTON, New York, New York.  Associate, 1978-1981</div><div><br></div></div>3094Affiliation
              Queen Mary University of London, School of Business and Management, Centre for Globalization ResearchQueen Mary University of London, School of Business and Management, Centre for Globalization Research<div class="ExternalClass34BBA83B06794819899302637088BB29"><p>​QUEEN MARY UNIVERSITY OF LONDON, SCHOOL OF BUSINESS AND MANAGEMENT, CENTRE FOR GLOBALIZATION RESEARCH, London, England. Visiting Fellow, 2007-     .</p></div>3093Affiliation
              University of Pavia, Pavia, ItalyUniversity of Pavia, Pavia, Italy<div class="ExternalClassCED64E8B40684BE0A70AAB8623E4CBA5"><p>​UNIVERSITY OF PAVIA, Pavia, Italy. Affiliated researcher, 2013-    </p></div>3092Affiliation
              The MacArthur Foundation Research Network of Law and NeuroscienceThe MacArthur Foundation Research Network of Law and Neuroscience<div class="ExternalClass13E5A5FE7AC7419299F65FB7A2184191"><p>​THE MACARTHUR FOUNDATION RESEARCH NETWORK OF LAW AND NEUROSCIENCE, Vanderbilt University Law School, Nashville, Tennessee. Associate Network Member and Senior Director of Education and Outreach. 2012-    .</p></div>3091Affiliation
              LexisNexisLexisNexis<div class="ExternalClass0FF9E5142AD7498DB2495D21E739D989"><p>​LEXISNEXIS, New York, New York.  Member, Law School Publishing Advisory Board, 2014 -    </p></div>3090Affiliation
              Dartmouth College, Thayer School of EngineeringDartmouth College, Thayer School of Engineering<div class="ExternalClass87BCD0916A6B47D782011B4A89A5B2E6"><p>​DARTMOUTH COLLEGE, THAYER SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING, Hanover, New Hampshire.  Adjunct Professor, 2006-   ;Visiting Professor, 2004-2006</p></div>3089Affiliation
              Gruter Institute for Law and Behavioral ResearchGruter Institute for Law and Behavioral Research<div class="ExternalClass8711D43B9B82463E880DB2B4BD3730BC"><div>GRUTER INSTITUTE FOR LAW AND BEHAVIORAL RESEARCH, Portola Valley, </div><div>California.  Research Fellow, 1994-   ; Planning and Programming Committee, Chair, 2000-   ; Member 1997-2000.</div><div><br></div></div>3088Affiliation
              Department of the Treasury, Office of Financial ResearchDepartment of the Treasury, Office of Financial Research<div class="ExternalClass79B04DF31BF04F638BB64D2D69C33068"><p>​DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURY, OFFICE OF FINANCIAL RESEARCH, Washington, DC. Researcher, Research and Analysis, 2013- </p></div>3087Affiliation
              Harvard University, Berkman Center for Internet and SocietyHarvard University, Berkman Center for Internet and Society<div class="ExternalClass759EAC026BCD48F7BCB220822007D165"><p>​HARVARD UNIVERSITY, BERKMAN CENTER FOR INTERNET & SOCIETY, Cambridge, Massachusetts. Faculty Associate, 2014 -     ; Faculty Fellow, 2007- 2014; Co-Director, Law Lab, 2008 – 2014</p></div>3086Affiliation
              Teaching at VLSTeaching at VLS<div class="ExternalClass60678E443A0145918E7E1FB79B0D920B"><p>VERMONT LAW SCHOOL, South Royalton, Vermont. Director, Center for Legal Innovation, 2013-   ; Director of Scholarship, 2008-2013; Professor of Law, 1996-  ; Associate Professor, 1993-1996; Assistant Professor, 1992-93. </p></div>3085Affiliation
              Lee Loevinger Jurimetrics Research AwardLee Loevinger Jurimetrics Research Award<div class="ExternalClass65032C9A469546F289B838582D3270E8"><p>​Lee Loevinger <em>Jurimetrics</em> Research Award, awarded April, 2000 for <em>Mapping Cortical Areas Associated with Legal Reasoning and with Moral Intuition</em><strong> </strong></p></div>1233Affiliation
              Bene Merenti AwardBene Merenti Award<div class="ExternalClass1B63C59798E64E83BBFAEDD6FDBFB91E"><p>​Gruter Institute <em>Bene Merenti Award</em>, for outstanding achievements in law and behavioral research, June, 2002</p></div>1232Affiliation
              Richard Brooks Faculty Scholarship PrizeRichard Brooks Faculty Scholarship Prize<div class="ExternalClass1CFD36BA306449ADA3F1C52E7F3B6B94"><p>​Vermont Law School <em>Richard Brooks Faculty Scholarship Prize, </em>given to a faculty member who has consistently exhibited the highest standards of scholarship, announced January 2010 for the 2010-2011 and 2011-2012 academic years</p></div>1231Affiliation