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10 Feb 2015, 11:32 am by NELB Staff
Recently published in the Journal of Law and the Biosciences "The Case For Pain Neuroimaging In The Courtroom: Lessons From Deception Detection" Natalie Salmanowitz From an observer's perspective, pain is a fairly nebulous concept—it is not externally visible, its cause... [read post]
19 May 2022, 11:56 am by Michael Caruso
Judge Jackson recently hired Kerrel Murray, an associate professor at Columbia Law School, Natalie Salmanowitz, a law clerk at Hogan Lovells, and Michael Qian, an associate at Morrison & Foerster.Judge Jackson's other hire is Claire Madill. [read post]
25 Nov 2018, 10:00 pm by Natalie Salmanowitz
Source: Natalie Salmanowitz & Holger Spamann, Does the Supreme Court Really Not Apply Chevron When It Should? [read post]
8 Mar 2019, 6:14 am by Garrett Hinck
ICYMI: Yesterday on Lawfare Hayley Evans and Natalie Salmanowitz reviewed recent developments related to the United Nations Group of Governmental Experts on lethal autonomous weapons systems. [read post]
4 Dec 2018, 11:57 am by Anushka Limaye
Natalie Salmanowitz provided a comprehensive overview of the U.S. [read post]
9 Mar 2019, 5:16 am by Anushka Limaye
On Saturday’s edition of the Lawfare Podcast, posted by Jen Patja Howell, Margaret Taylor discussed security issues and day-to-day operations in Congress with Luke Murry and Daniel Silverberg: On Tuesday’s Lawfare Podcast, shared by Jen Patja Howell, Jack Goldsmith sat down with John Judis to talk about his book, “The Nationalist Revival”: Hayley Evans and Natalie Salmanowitz reviewed developments related to an upcoming meeting of the U.N. [read post]
24 Nov 2018, 9:01 am by Anushka Limaye
Natalie Salmanowitz assessed the impact of explainable AI on assessments of the legality of autonomous weapon systems. [read post]
27 Feb 2020, 9:05 pm by Alana Bevan
FLASHBACK FRIDAY In a 2018 essay for The Regulatory Review, Natalie Salmanowitz, then a student at Harvard Law School, and Harvard Law professor Holger Spamann argued that the so-called Chevron doctrine—which requires courts to defer to an agency’s reasonable interpretation of an ambiguous statute it is charged with enforcing—casts a long shadow over the Supreme Court’s jurisprudence. [read post]
8 Dec 2018, 8:00 am by Mikhaila Fogel
Natalie Salmanowitz provided an overview of the use and legal implications of lie detection at U.S. airports. [read post]
15 Jun 2022, 11:09 am by Christopher J. Walker
(Note, however, this fascinating replication study by Natalie Salmanowitz and Holger Spamann, which I blogged about here.) [read post]