The two leading articles in this issue of the Nebraska Law Review explore from two points of view and in markedly contrasting styles the junctions at which meet Law, Medicine, and Psychiatry. At times these sciences coalesce for a common purpose; sometimes the medical sciences and the "mind-sciences" are grasped but roughly—in two senses—by the law, and wielded more like bludgeons than tools; and in no small number of cases the meetings between them have been on the order of a head-on collision.
46 Neb. L. Rev. 756
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