Clark’s primary research interests are in bioethics and jurisprudence. More specifically, Clark is currently focussing on methodological issues in Tom L. Beauchamp & James F. Childress’s bioethical theory, and contemporary debates surrounding Ronald Dworkin’s theory of law. Clark is also on the organising committee of the ‘Ethical Judgments Project’, a large collaborative project, the purpose of which is to re-write a series of important UK medical law cases so that they are ethically as well as legally acceptable decisions.
Clark’s secondary research interest is land law. Clark has recently delivered a paper at the Modern Studies in Property Law Postgraduate Conference, on whether the concept of “Property” is interpretive in nature.