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Konferencja organizowana w ramach Future Law Lab pt. „Law & Cognitive Science Conference”

Date: 26.07.2023 - 28.07.2023
Place: Faculty of Law and Administration of the Jagiellonian University – Bracka 12 Street, Kraków, Poland
Organiser: Future Law Lab, RECOGNISE Partnership

Future Law Lab of the Jagiellonian University in Kraków and the RECOGNISE Partnership are proud to announce the Law & Cognitive Science Conference, which will be held 26–28 July 2023 in Kraków, Poland.

The conference will be devoted to various interactions between law and cognitive science(s). Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

  • heuristics, cognitive biases, & law
  • emotions, reasoning, intuition, & law
  • cognitive structure of legal concepts
  • legal reasoning & cognitive science
  • Artificial Intelligence, cognitive science, & law
  • cognitive science in empirical legal research
  • legal education & cognitive science
  • cognitive science & naturalization of law.

Active participation may take the form of a talk, poster, or workshop (other forms may be discussed via email with the organizers). We welcome submissions from researchers as well as people or institutions from outside academia (business, media, NGOs, etc.). Practice-oriented approach is encouraged.


  • abstracts of talks/posters, descriptions of workshops (no more than 3000 characters including spaces)
  • via this form
  • deadline: 9 April 2023
  • decision: 22 April 2023

There is no conference fee. The organizers will provide coffee breaks and a social dinner. Tips on traveling to and accommodation in Kraków may be found on the conference website.

Review process:

As you know, predatory conferences are a great threat to the legitimacy and integrity of academia as a whole. We want you, and the scientific community, to be confident that all content presented at this event is thoroughly vetted and reviewed. That is why we will be using a double-blind review process to evaluate all submissions.

Next steps:

  • Submit your abstract through the link above.
  • You will receive a confirmation email letting you know that we’ve received your application.
  • We’ll reach out on or before 22 April 2023, to let you know if your application was successful.

Please    don’t    hesitate    to    contact    us    if    you    have    any    questions:


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