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Law and the Cognitive Sciences Book Series, Cambridge University Press

The Law and the Cognitive Sciences book series with Cambridge University Press publishes monographs exploring connections between law and the cognitive sciences. The books will be of interest to academics, students, and practitioners, and in particular to the scholars in the fields of legal theory, philosophy of law, psychology of law, the theory of law and artificial intelligence, general theory of private and criminal law, and evidence.

The series is edited by Bartosz Bro┼╝ek (Jagiellonian University), Jaap Hage (Maastricht University), Francis Shen (University of Minnesota) and Patricia Churchland (University of California San Diego). You can find an overview of its titles HERE.