The Australian Neurolaw Database is the first and currently only public database of Australian Neurolaw cases. The database has a collection of both criminal and civil case lawwhere neuroscience evidence was used, complete with original summaries. Once you sign up (signing up is free) you can browse our cases.
Some of the interesting questions that arise from these cases are:
   Should we find someone guilty for a crime if they have a brain injury that contributed to their criminal actions?
   Can we use neuro-imaging to determine whether someone has suffered pain for the purposes of compensation?
   How can a neuropsychological test help us understand whether someone is fit for trial?
   Is neuroscience helpful to determine whether someone had the capacity to make a valid will and testament?