PostePhD student - DIM IS²IT
Institution de rattachementISP ENS Cachan - Université Paris Saclay et CRDP de l'Université de Montréal (en cotutelle)
Canadian and french courts are no longer strangers to uses of neurosciences and brain imaging as judiciary expertise; both systems and judicial normativities show different thresholds of evidence admissibility.
Although national, judicial and international frameworks may be somehow kind of hopeful within the neurolaw context, the bright and dark sides of both french and canadian systems emphasize the lack of harmonization existing trough these potential uses. One of the main goal of this project is to identify whether a proper normalisation process capable of creating a methodical and general frame of rules applying to these judicial uses can be found.