Professor Emily Jackson

Professor Emily Jackson: Legalising assisted dying: cross purposes and unintended consequences

4th Royal Institute of Philosophy event

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On Friday 23 March 2018, 2-3.30pm in CBC2.028, Moot Room, Chancellors Building, the Law School will be hosting the 4th Royal Institute of Philosophy event and welcoming Professor Emily Jackson, Professor of Law and Head of School at LSE as the speaker.

Her title is ''Legalising assisted dying: cross purposes and unintended consequences". As always all are most welcome.

Emily Jackson's research interests are in the field of medical law and ethics. She is Deputy Chair of the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority, of which she has been a member since 2003, and has a particular interest in the regulation of reproductive technologies and stem cell research. Emily is also a member of the BMA Medical Ethics Committee, and of the Royal College of Pathologists Ethics Committee. She is Articles Editor and on the Editorial Board of the 'Modern Law Review', and on the Editorial Boards of 'Health Economics, Policy and Law', 'Biosocieties', and the Advisory Board of the 'Journal of Law and Society'.


Event date
Event Time
2:00PM
Location
Moot Court CBC 2.028, Chancellor's Building
Organiser
School of Law
Contact email
law.office@keele.ac.uk
Contact telephone
+44 (0)1782 733218