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.

116. Emotion in Context: Exploring the Interaction Between Emotion and Legal Institutions

University of Chicago Law School, Chicago, Illinois
May 9th, 2008

115. Should Criminal Law be Reconsidered in Light of Neuroscience? A Roundtable Panel

Harvard Law School, Cambridge, Massachusetts
April 7, 2008

114. Legal Institutions and Entrepreneurship

Center for the Advanced Study of the Behavioral Sciences, Stanford, California
February 8, 2008

111. Meeting of the Minds

Minneapolis, Minnesota
August 24th, 2007

108. Moral Markets: A Symposium on Values, Economics, and the Brain

Claremont Graduate University, Claremont, California
April 13th, 2007

107. Self and Other: Cognitive Perspectives on Trust, Empathy, and Self

Minneapolis, Minnesota
April 6th, 2007

106. Law and Emotions: New Directions in Scholarship

February 8th, 2007

104. Intellectual Property and Behavioral Science

Max-Planck Institute for Intellectual Property, Competition, and Tax Law, Munich, Germany
August 28th, 2006

103. Free Enterprise: Values in Action

Harvard Business School, Cambridge, Massachusetts
June 20th, 2006

101. The Neuroeconomics of Impaired Decision-Making

Claremont, California
April 21st, 2006

100. Free Enterprise: Values in Action

University of Cambridge, Emmanuel College, Cambridge, UK
March 23rd, 2006