School of Law News
Professor Adam Kolber Featured in New York Times
NEW YORK (January 25, 2010) – University of San Diego School of Law Professor Adam Kolber is featured in the New York Times article titled, "A Legal Puzzle: Can a Baby Have Three Biological Parents?" that appeared on Monday, January 25. The editorial discusses how advances in science could increase the number of biological parents beyond the typical two, creating a legal puzzle as to who should be considered the baby’s legal parents.
Professor Kolber writes and teaches in the areas of criminal law, bioethics and neuroethics. He is an associate editor of the peer-reviewed journal, Neuroethics, and the founder of the "Neuroethics & Law Blog." He has taught law and neuroscience topics to federal and state judges as part of a MacArthur Foundation grant. In 2007-2008, he was a Laurance S. Rockefeller Visiting Fellow at Princeton University where he wrote about the theory of punishment and how advances in our understanding of the mind and brain ought to inform our punishment practices.
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