Care, Relationships, Health
This theme describes the work of colleagues engaged in the regulation and governance of relationships in law and society in family, health and social care contexts.
The key topics and concepts it encompasses include: capabilities; child law; disability law; discrimination and equality law; family law; feminist legal theory; gender and law; healthcare law; health and social care technologies; law and sexuality; medical law; mental capacity and mental health; relationality; succession law; vulnerability
- Fiona de Londras - reproductive rights, abortion law
- Máiréad Enright – family law, reproductive rights,
- Atina Krajewska - genomics, reproductive rights, and global health law
- Jean McHale - health law
- Claire McIvor - torts in healthcare
- Muireann Quigley – bodies, biomaterials, and (bio)technologies
- Samantha Schnobel - human and nonhuman health-related negligence claims
- Karen Yeung - governance of digital healthcare technologies
- John Tingle - clinical negligence, global patient safety
- Sylvie Delacroix - medical ethics, healthcare law, professional responsibility
- Kate Bedford - gender and development, feminist legal theory, political economy.
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