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March 5, 2013

Robert Luce Article Highlighted by Brain Injury Foundation

An article authored by Vermont Attorney Robert Luce has been highlighted for a broad professional audience focused on improving the futures of the victims of traumatic brain injury.

The article, “Proving a ‘Mild’ Traumatic Brain Injury: A Complex But No Longer Impossible Task,” first appeared in the Spring 2012 issue of the Vermont Bar Journal. It was subsequently distributed through a list-serve operated by The Research Network on Law and Neuroscience, a program operated by faculty of the Vanderbilt University and supported by the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation. Through its research the program has explored neuro-law topics in the areas of brain development, the effects of neuro-imaging on juror decision making, trends in the use of neuro-scientific evidence, and neuro-ethics, to name a few.

Luce, who chairs the Litigation Practice Group at the northern New England law firm Downs Rachlin Martin PLLC, has represented plaintiffs in serious injury cases for more than 20 years, focusing on brain and spinal injuries. He is also a long-time board member of the Vermont Brain Injury Association. He blogs on the Traumatic Brain Injury Blog and notes “My practice is dedicated to serving the victims of brain injury and their families, so I am delighted to be participating in the national conversation on brain injury law.“ 

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