CHLS Seminar: 'What Daddy would have wanted: Law’s Fictions and End-of-Life Care' & PGR Masterclass
Professor Mary Donnelly, University College Cork, Ireland
The Lady Hale Moot Court, 8-10 Berkeley Square, BS8 1HH
The Centre for Health Law, and Society will be hosting Professor Mary Donnelly from University College Cork on 5th February 2020 to present a seminar called 'What Daddy would have wanted: Law’s Fictions and End-of-Life Care' (PDF, 82kB).
Mary Donnelly is a Professor and Vice Dean of the School of Law at University College, Cork. She researches in the fields of mental capacity/mental health/health law. Her books include Healthcare Decision-Making and the Law. She is the joint chair of the Health Service Executive National Consent Advisory Group/Assisted Decision Making Steering Group; Chair of the Ministerial Working Group on Advance Healthcare Directives; and a member of the Mental Health Commission Legislation Committee.
The seminar will be followed by a PGR session from 2.30pm-4.30pm. Participating postgraduate students can give a brief (10 minute) presentation on their research. Professor Donnelly will then respond to this with some feedback. The rest of the session will then be opened up to for more general conversation on issues and challenges in healthcare law research.
Please note this masterclass is aimed at doctoral students who are researching health law/ health law related areas. Please email Paige Spicer if you would like to participate.
For further information, please contact Paige Spicer.