1. Criminal Behavior and the Brain -- 1 of 5

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    Fordham Law Review symposium. Co-sponsored by the Neuroscience and Law Center

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    • Criminal Behavior and the Brain -- 5 of 5

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      Fordham Law Review symposium. Co-sponsored by the Neuroscience and Law Center

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      • Criminal Behavior and the Brain -- 2 of 5

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        Fordham Law Review symposium. Co-sponsored by the Neuroscience and Law Center

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        • Criminal Behavior and the Brain -- 4 of 5

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          Fordham Law Review symposium. Co-sponsored by the Neuroscience and Law Center

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          • Criminal Behavior and the Brain -- 3 of 5

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            Fordham Law Review symposium. Co-sponsored by the Neuroscience and Law Center

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            • U.S. and Europe at a Privacy Crossroads

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              On November 18, 2015, CLIP hosted a discussion with Paul Nemitz, ‎Director, DG Justice, European Commission, on the latest developments in Europe and on the U.S./EU privacy relationship. Following…

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              • Vision and Values

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                Matthew Diller, Fordham Law School's 11th dean, talks about his priorities for the School.

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                • License to Drive Change

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                  Professor Elizabeth Maresca, Ivy Chiu ’15, and Adil Ahmed ’16 talk about how they helped reform a troublesome New York debt collection practice.

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                  • Behind Bars and Other Graphs

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                    John Pfaff’s data-driven research reveals an original theory of the rise in the U.S. prison population.

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                    • Author Neil Richards discusses ‘intellectual privacy’

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                      Internationally renowned privacy law expert and author Neil Richards spoke at Fordham Law School on September 16, 2015m about his debut book Intellectual Privacy, why he believes surveillance makes…

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