“Judicial conclave delves into implications of tech advances”

District Judge Alan M. Malott has this interesting article in the Albuquerque Journal about last week’s New Mexico Judicial Conclave.

The state’s judges heard from several experts on neuroscience and human behavior on how recent advances in scientific knowledge affect our understanding of culpable behavior, and the implications for human privacy. These are difficult issues that all judges, and many lawyers, will have to face, despite the fact that most of us in the legal community are not trained scientists. I think it is commendable that our hard-working state judiciary was able to spend some time thinking about these issues.

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