Australian Neurolaw Database Development of Version 3

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The Australian Neurolaw Database is a world-first open-access searchable database of criminal and civil cases involving brain evidence. With 550 subscribers including clinicians, prosecutors, barristers, senior public servants, it has achieved high public impact and visibility but requires transformation to meet future needs. The new product will offer improved research rigor and capacity, a key real-world tool for neurolaw students, enhanced collaboration on research projects with researchers at ANU, USydney, Monash, UNSW and internationally (e.g., Princeton) and functionality to attract new contributors domestically and internationally. It will be launched by a senior judge at a public event in late 2018.
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Effective start/end date1/01/1831/12/18