1. Introduction / Michael Freeman and Oliver R. Goodenough 2. Law, responsibility and the brain / Dean Mobbs.[et al.] 3. Brain imaging and courtroom evidence : on the admissibility and persuasiveness of MRI / Neal Feigenson 4. Mind the gap : problems of mind, body and brain in the criminal law / Lisa Claydon 5. Self-exclusion agreements : should we be free not to be free to ruin ourselves? Gambling, self-exclusion agreements and the brain / Florian Wagner-von Papp 6. The problems with blaming / Theodore Y. Blumoff 7. Why distinguish "mental" and "physical" illness in the law of involuntary treatment? / John Dawson and George Szmukler 8. A stable paradigm : revisiting capacity, vulnerability and the rights claims of adolescents after Roper v. Simmons / Catherine J. Ross 9. Thinking like a child : legal implications of recent developments in brain research for juvenile offenders / Katherine Hunt Federle and Paul Skendelas 10. Legal implications of memory-dampening / Adam Kolber 11. Reframing the good death : enhancing choice in dying, neuroscience, end-of-life research and the potential of psychedelics in palliative care / Robin Mackenzie 12. Equality in exchange revisited : from an evolutionary (genetic and cultural) point of view / Bart Du Laing 13. Just (and efficient?) compensation for governmental expropriations / Jeffrey Evans Stake 14. Examining the biological bases of family law : lessons to be learned from the evolutionary analysis of law / June Carbone and Naomi Cahn 15. Why do good people steal intellectual property? / Oliver R. Goodenough and Gregory Decker, J.D. 16. Cues in the courtroom : when do they improve jurors' decisions? / Cheryl Boudreau 17. Reflections on reading : words and pictures and law / Christina Spiesel.