Christopher Sundby

Gelber Schachter & Greenberg, P.A.

: 1 SE 3rd Ave

Suite 2600

Miami, FL 33131

United States

University of Miami School of Law

Miami, FL

United States

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“  I received a joint JD/PhD in law and neuroscience from Vanderbilt University. My graduate research, funded by a National Institute of Justice grant, employed cognitive neuroscience to evaluate the legal rules that govern the admission of evidence to see if they reflect the actual constraints of human perception, memory, and performance. A better understanding of the validity of the psychological assumptions underlying the rules of evidence will allow policy makers to balance the accuracy, legitimacy, and efficiency of the legal system, the stated goals of the Federal Rules of Evidence, resulting in a more just and efficient legal system. I now practice law in the Miami area for the law firm Gelber Schachter & Greenberg, P.A. and taught the law and neuroscience course at the University of Miami School of Law. More broadly, I work to translate and explain the potential impact of existing neuroscience research to the broader legal community.  ”

Scholarly Papers (2)

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Term Limits and Turmoil: Roe v. Wade's Whiplash

Texas Law Review, Forthcoming, Vanderbilt Law Research Paper No. 19-33
Number of pages: 95 Posted: 20 Jul 2019 Last Revised: 18 Nov 2019
Christopher Sundby and Suzanna Sherry
Gelber Schachter & Greenberg, P.A. and Vanderbilt University - Law School
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Supreme Court, Term Limits, Instability, Roe v. Wade

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The Right to Personality: Navigating the Brave New World of Personality-Altering Interventions

Connecticut Law Review, Vol. 55, No. 2, 2023, University of Miami Legal Studies Research Paper No. 4336541
Number of pages: 31 Posted: 25 Jan 2023 Last Revised: 24 Feb 2023
Christopher Sundby
Gelber Schachter & Greenberg, P.A.
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Neuroscience, Law, criminal law, sentencing, constitutional law