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.

99. Current Legal Issues: Law, Mind, and Brain

London, UK
February 13, 2006

98. Free Enterprise: Values in Action

Georgetown University Law Center, Washington, D.C.
January 13, 2006

97. Free Enterprise: Values in Action

University of California at Los Angeles School of Law, Los Angeles, California
September 9, 2005

94. Property, Intellectual Property, and the Brain

The Center for the Advanced Study of Behavioral Sciences, Stanford, California
April 28th, 2005

93. From Personal to Impersonal Trusted Exchange in the Physical and Digital Domains: An Evolutionary Perspective

Harvard Law School, Cambridge, Massachusetts
April 27th, 2005

92. Cooperative Structures and Institutions: Evolutionary, Legal and Digital Perspectives

Harvard Law School, Cambridge, Massachusetts
March 30, 2005

91. Emotions, Retaliation, and the “Culture of Honor”: An Evolutionary and Neuroscience Approach

Harvard Law School, Cambridge, Massachusetts
March 3, 2005

90. Trust, Civil Society, and Economic Development

Harvard Law School, Cambridge, Massachusetts
November 17th, 2004

89. Must We Choose Between Rationality and Irrationality?

Chicago-Kent School of Law, Chicago, Illinois
November 6, 2004

88. Honest Signaling and Other Strategies for Building Reliability and Trust on the Internet

Harvard Law School, Cambridge, Massachusetts
October 13th, 2004

87. From Personal to Impersonal Trusted Exchange: An Evolutionary and Neuroeconomic Perspective

Cambridge, Massachusetts
September 22nd, 2004

86. Law and Biology: Impact on the Courts

Darthmouth College, Hanover, New Hampshire
August 6th, 2004

82. Sensory Systems and Judgment in Law

Squaw Valley, California
June 12th, 2003

81. Incorporating Biology and Neuroscience into the Law School Curriculum

Squaw Valley, California
June 11th, 2003

80. Investigating the Basis of Property: An Action-Oriented Planning Workshop

George Mason University School of Law, Arlington, Virginia
April 15th, 2003