About the Center for the Study of Law, Science, & Technology

Founded in 1984, the Center for the Study of Law, Science, & Technology is the first and largest academic center focused on the intersection of law and science. The Center bridges law and science by fostering the development of legal frameworks for new technologies and advancing the informed use of science in legal decision-making. The Center facilitates transdisciplinary study and dialogue among policy-makers, academics, students, professionals, and industry; it is committed to principles of balance, innovation, competitiveness and sustainability.

The Center faculty members who are organizing the conference are David Kaye (College of Law, School of Life Sciences), Jay Koehler (College of Law, School of Business), and Michael Saks (College of Law, Department of Psychology). Center Director Sandy Askland is administering the conference.

Additional information about the Center can be found at www.law.asu.edu/programs/sci-tech.


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