A symposium exploring compassion in relation to law and healthcare – through presentations and discussion, with speakers from academia, practice, and the judiciary
Sir Mark Hedley, former judge of the High Court, ruled in, inter alia, Portsmouth NHS Trust v. Wyatt (2005)
Professor Hazel Biggs, Professor of Healthcare Law and Bioethics; co-Director of HEAL (the Centre for Health Ethics and Law), University of Southampton, Editor-in-Chief (Joint), Medical Law Review
Paul Bowen QC, Brick Court Chambers; author of Blackstone’s Guide to the Mental Health Act 2007
Dr. Paquita de Zulueta, Honorary Senior Clinical Lecturer, Imperial College; Member of the Nuffield Council on Bioethics
Kate Rohde, Solicitor, Partner, Kingsley Napley
Dr. Phil Bielby, Law, University of Hull, author of Competence and Vulnerability in Biomedical Research
Dermot Feenan, Associate Research Fellow, Institute of Advanced Legal Studies; Founder & Convenor, Law & Compassion Research Network
Dr. Glenys Williams, Law, Aberystwyth University
Katy Peters, Law, University of Surrey
Final Programme, with room location, will be emailed to you two weeks before the event.
Enquiries: Dermot Feenan, Academic Coordinator
Admission only with proof of payment of registration fee
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