This symposium reflects a growing concern that, in a period when our society is being rapidly transformed by science and technology, increasing attention be directed to the bearing of this development on law as our society's primary control system. Moreover, since law can exert some influence on the rate and direction of scientific and technological change, the examination must extend as well to the bearing of law on the processes of that change.
David F. Cavers,
Science and the Law Symposium: Introduction,
Mich. L. Rev.
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