Center for Science & Law

The Center for Science and Law is an independent 501(3)(c) nonprofit, and a leader in the fields of neurolaw and data science. We harness neuroscience, law, ethics, programming, and data science to analyze policies and develop technologies to advance the criminal justice system. Our goal is to steer social policy in an evidenced-based manner, thereby reducing rates of incarceration and providing innovative options for improving the criminal justice system in a cost effective and humane way.


Overview

Status
CategoryAnalytics
HeadquartersPalo Alto & Houston, TX
Founded2016
Tagsneurolaw, criminal justice, ai, risk assessment, data science
Websitewww.scilaw.org
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