Events

Since 1981, the Gruter Institute for Law and Behavioral Research has organized and facilitated over one hundred and fifty conferences, workshops, panel discussions and symposia. Titles listed in bold are linked to specific agendas, as available. The proceedings of many conferences have been published.

138. Innovation and Economic Growth: Exploring the Origins of Innovative Behavior

Squaw Valley, California
May 25th, 2011

136. Seminar on Neuroscience and Criminal Behavior

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
July 12th 2010

135. Innovation and Economic Growth: Exploring the Origins of Innovative Behavior

Squaw Valley, California
May 26th, 2010

132. Seminar on Law and Neuroscience for Judges

Harvard Law School, Cambridge, Massachusetts
March 11, 2010

131. New Models in Venture Finance for Innovation

Stanford University Graduate School of Business, Stanford, California
November 19th, 2009

129. Introduction to Neuroscience in the Florida With Legal Perspectives

Syracuse, New York
July 30th, 2009

128. Neuroscience for Judges

Vanderbilt University Law School, Nashville, Tennessee
June 18th, 2009

127. Neuroscience in the Florida Courtroom: Illusion or Reality?

Florida College of Advanced Judicial Studies, Fort Meyers, Florida
June 4th, 2009

125. Symposium on forthcoming book by Matt Ridley: The Optimist: Economic Progress and the Evolution of the Future

Napa, California
May 4th, 2009

124. Context and the Evolution of Mechanisms for Solving Collective Action Problems: Workshop in Political Theory and Policy Analysis

Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana
April 30th, 2009

123. Seminar on Law and Neuroscience for Judges

New York University, New York, NY
March 26th, 2009

121. Law and Neuroscience

University of California, Riverside, Riverside, California
November 8th, 2008

120. Neuroscientific Evidence: Can We Read People’s Minds By Scanning Their Brains?

Dallas, Texas
September 16th, 2008