The Faculty of Law and Administration of the Jagiellonian University is hosting the Law and Cognitive Science Conference, which will be held in the faculty premises at ul. Bracka 12. The conference will be devoted to various interactions between law and cognitive science(s).
The topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
- heuristics, cognitive biases, & law
- emotions, reasoning, intuition, & law
- cognitive structure of legal concepts
- legal reasoning & cognitive science
- artificial intelligence, cognitive science, & law
- cognitive science in empirical legal research
- legal education & cognitive science
- cognitive science & naturalization of law
Active participation may take the form of a talk, poster, or workshop (other forms may be discussed via email with the organizers). Submissions from researchers as well as people or institutions from outside academia (business, media, NGOs, etc.) are welcome. Practice-oriented approach is encouraged.
The abstracts must be submitted by 9 April 2023. The participation is free of charge. More information for prospective participants is available on the conference page.