Deadline: August 01, 2014

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This is a call for authors for the Winter 2015 The SciTech Lawyer, focusing on current developments in law, science, medicine, and technology that is of professional interest to the members of the American Bar Association Section of Science & Technology Law.

Writing for The SciTech Lawyer gives you an opportunity to get published and make a meaningful contribution to your Science & Technology section colleagues and readers in science and technology field. 

We are in need of approximately 6 timely footnoted articles ranging about 2000 words in length, but we also have published longer and shorter articles. If you have published any books related to potential topics of Winter issue, we could publish one or two book reviews too. Some ideas for articles include the following, but you are free to suggest others:

(1)    Brain-imaging and (moral/legal) responsibility

(2)    Brain-imaging as evidence: brain injury and trial issues 

(3)    Free will, decision-making and legal responsibility

If you are interested in authoring an article, please send an email to Jung Jin Lee (jungjinlee@wustl.edu) or Lisa von Biela (lisavonbiela@live.com) with a summary of your article proposal, along with information about you and what you do by August 1, 2014. 

Proposals will be reviewed by the the SciTech Lawyer Editorial Board for selection and approval.  Note: for those articles selected, the deadline for submission of articles for publication is September 15, 2014.

To see past editions of the SciTech Lawyer, please go to: http://www.americanbar.org/publications/scitech_lawyer/ 

For more information on the SciTech Lawyer publication guidelines, please go to: http://www.americanbar.org/groups/science_technology/pages/scitechlawyerguidelines.html

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