In this Essay, Barros considers the relevance of this behavioral research to normative issues in property law.
Along the way, Barros discusses the broader issue of the potential relevance of biological facts about human behavior to the law.
One of the major legal skills students use in almost every law school clinic is advanced legal writing.
Though humans are remarkably similar, we are all also unique.
Barros criticizes Stake’s evolutionary argument on two levels.
First, he argues Stake’s evolutionary claims lack evidentiary support and fail to connect in subtle but important ways with substantive property law.
TBI is a complex condition, difficult to evaluate, and even more challenging to prove in a court of law.
The use of Single Photon Emission Tomography (SPECT) is becoming increasingly popular for this purpose.