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Health Ethics and Law (HEAL)

Publications

Law, Reproduction and Genethics / Autonomy, Consent, Vulnerability, and Exploitation / Death, Dying and End of Life Decision-Making / Research, Ethics, Law, and Regulation / Law and the Human BodyOrgan DonationPublic and Global HealthHealth Law and Technology

 

Kazarian, M. (2019). Who should we blame for healthcare failings? Lessons from the French tainted blood scandal. Medical Law Review, 27(3), 390-405. DOI: 10.1093/medlaw/fwz004


Kazarian M, Criminalising Healthcare Malpractice, Comparative Perspectives (Forthcoming 2020, Routledge)

Nwabueze, R Modern Essays on Nigerian Law (Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2019) (in press);

Nwabueze R, ‘Regulation of Bodily Parts: Understanding Bodily Parts as a Duplex’ (2019) International Journal of Law in Context (in press).

Nwabueze R, ‘Illegality and Trusts: Trusts-Creating Primary Transactions and Unlawful Ulterior Purposes’ (2019) 1 CONV 29-46.

Nwabueze R, ‘The Welsh Transplant Incident’ (2018) 25 European Journal of Health Law 309-321.

Law, Reproduction, and Genethics

N Hammond-Browning, When Doctors and Parents Don’t Agree: The Story of Charlie Gard November 2017, Journal of Bioethical Inquiry, December 2017 14(4) 461-468 https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s11673-017-9814-9 (online 6 November 2017)
 
N Hammond-Browning, Ethics, Embryos and Evidence: A Look Back at Warnock (2015) 23(4) Medical Law Review 588-619

N Hammond-Browning, Altruistic anonymous uterus donation – altruism at the highest level? Article, Bionews 878, 21st November 2016 http://www.bionews.org.uk/page_730243.asp
 
N Hammond-Browning, Womb Transplants – Are they worth the risk? Article, Bionews 847, 18th April 2016 http://www.bionews.org.uk/page_640141.asp
 
N Hammond-Browning, Womb Transplants; Is Surrogacy Safer? Article, Bionews 828, 16th November 2015 http://www.bionews.org.uk/page_586364.asp?hlight=womb+transplants

C. Jones and I. Holme, “Relatively (im)material: mtDNA and genetic relatedness in law and policy,” Life Sciences, Society and Policy (2013) 9:4, 1-14

David Gurnham, “Plato's fertility clinic: status and identity rhetoric in parenthood disputes,” in Michael D Freeman and Fiona Smith (eds), Law and Language. (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2013)

David Gurnham, “Donor-conception as a 'dangerous supplement' to the nuclear family: what can we learn from parents' stories?” in Daniela Cutas and Sarah Chan (eds), Families: Beyond the Nuclear Ideal, (London: Bloomsbury Academic, 2012)

David Gurnham and Jose Miola, “Reproduction, rights and the welfare interests of children: the times they aren't a-changin,” King's Law Journal (2012) 23:1, 29-50

E. Blyth, M. Crawshaw, L. Frith, and C. Jones, “Donor-conceived people's views and experiences of their genetic origins: a critical analysis of the research evidence,” Journal of Law and Medicine (2012) 19:4, 769-789

Caroline Jones, “Review: European Human Rights and Family Law,” Child and Family Law Quarterly (2012) 24:2, 487-488

Caroline Jones, “The (im)possible parents in law,” in Craig Lind, Heather Keating, and Jo Bridgeman (eds), Taking Responsibility: Law and the Changing Family, (Aldershot: Ashgate, 2011)

Eric Blyth, Marilyn Crawshaw, Lucy Frith, Caroline Jones, and Nina Martin, “No ‘brownie points’ for ill-conceived Donation Review,” Bionews (2011) Issue 593, January 31 2011 www.bionews.org.uk/page_87010.asp

David Gurnham, “Parents, children and the porous boundaries of the sexual family in law and popular culture,” Global Studies of Childhood (2011) 1:4, 343-353

John Coggon, “Confrontations in ‘Genethics’: Rationalities, Challenges, and Methodological Responses,” Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics (2011) 20:1, 46-55

Amel Alghrani, Margaret Brazier, John Coggon, and Muireann Quigley, “Media (mis)Conceptions: Assisted Conception in the Spotlight,” Bionews (2010) 582, www.bionews.org.uk/page_80819.asp

Hazel Biggs, “Reproductive Autonomy and Regulation: Challenges to Feminism,” Feminist Legal Studies (2010) 18, 299–308

E. Blyth, M. Crawshaw, L. Frith, C. Jones, and J. Speirs, “Whither the HFEA and the fate of donor registers?” Bionews (2010) Issue 572 August 23, 2010 www.bionews.org.uk/page_69470.asp

Eric Blyth, Lucy Frith, Caroline Jones, and Jennifer Speirs, “The role of birth certificates in relation to access to biographical and genetic history in donor conception,” International Journal of Children's Rights (2009) 17:2, 207-233

Caroline Jones, “The identification of ‘parents’ and ‘siblings’: new possibilities under the reformed Human Fertilisation and Embryology Act,” in J. Wallbank, S. Choudhry, and J. Herring (eds), Rights, Gender and Family Law, (Oxford, Routledge, 2009)

Caroline Jones, “The Human Fertilisation and Embryology Act 2008: Promoting Wider Access to Information About Genetic Origins?” Bionews (2009) Issue 527 September 28, 2009, www.bionews.org.uk/page_48473.asp?iruid=897

Caroline Jones, “Exploring the Routes from Consultation to (In)forming Public Policy,” in M. Freeman (ed), Current Legal Issues: Law and Bioethics, (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2008)

Caroline Jones, "Why Donor Insemination Requires Developments in Family Law: The Need for New Definitions of Parenthood," (Edwin Mellen Press, 2007)

Caroline Jones, “Review: The Status of the Family in Law and Bioethics: The Genetic Context,” Child and Family Law Quarterly (2007) 19:2, 269

Caroline Jones, “Changing Conceptions of Welfare,” Journal of Fertility Counselling (2007) 14:2, 35-40

Hazel Biggs, “Review of Jill Marshall, Humanity, Freedom and Feminism,” Journal of Law and Society (2007) 34:3. 403-407

Hazel Biggs, “Review of R. Solinger, Pregnancy and Power: A Short History of Reproductive Politics in America and J. M. Balkin (ed) What Roe v Wade Should have Said,” Feminist Legal Studies (2007) 15:1, 129-132

Hazel Biggs, “What is Wrong with the Quest for the Perfect Child?” in H. Biggs & K. Horsey (eds), Human Fertilisation and Embryology: Reproducing Regulation, (Routledge-Cavendish, 2006)

H. Biggs & K. Horsey (eds), Human Fertilisation and Embryology: Reproducing Regulation (Routledge-Cavendish, 2006)

Hazel Biggs, “Isn’t Being a Mother a Good Thing?” BioNews 31st Oct 2006, http://bionews.org.uk/commentary.lasso?storyid=3239

Caroline Jones, “The Department of Health Review of the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Act 1990,” Clinical Ethics (2006) 1:4, 200-204

Caroline Jones, “Parents in Law: Subjective Impacts and Status Implications Around the use of Licensed Donor Insemination,” in A. Diduck and K. O’Donovan (eds), Feminist Perspectives on Family Law, (Oxford: Cavendish, 2006)

Caroline Jones, “Looking Like a Family: Negotiating Bio-Genetic Continuity in British Lesbian Families Using Licensed Donor Insemination,” Sexualities (2005) 8:2, 221-237

David Gurnham, “The mysteries of human dignity and the brave new world of human cloning,” Social and Legal Studies (2005) 14:2, 197-214

Hazel Biggs, “Review of E. Lee (ed) Designer Babies: where should we draw the line?” Journal of Medical Ethics (2004) 30:6

Remigius N. Nwabueze, “Ethnopharmacology, Patents and the Politics of Plants’ Genetic Resources,” Cardozo Journal of International & Comparative Law (2003) 11, 585-632

H. Biggs & R. Mackenzie, “A Child isn’t only for Christmas,” Progress in Reproduction (March 2001) 5:1, Progress Educational Trust, London, 9

H. Biggs & R. Mackenzie, “Do we have rights to remedy reproductive wrongs?” Progress in Reproduction (December 2001) 5:2&3, Progress Educational Trust, London, 11

H. Biggs & R. Mackenzie, “Fashionable Fantasies and Frankenstein Monsters?” Progress in Reproduction, (Sept 2000) 4:1&2, Progress Educational Trust, London, 13

H. Biggs & R. Mackenzie, “Consumers, Contracts and Compensation,” Progress in Reproduction, (Dec. 2000) 4:3, Progress Educational Trust, London, 9

H. Biggs & R. Mackenzie, “Donor Eggs, surrogates and Pregnant Men,” Progress in Reproduction, (March, 1999) 3:1, Progress Educational Trust, London, 9

H. Biggs & R. Mackenzie, “Happy Birthday Louise,” Progress in Reproduction, (June, 1999) 3:2, Progress Educational Trust, London, 9

H. Biggs & R. Mackenzie, “The Ultimate Nest Egg?” Progress in Reproduction, (Dec. 1999) 3:3&4, Progress Educational Trust, London, 13.

H. Biggs, “‘Genes and Society’, review of J. Burley (ed) The Genetic Revolution and Human Rights,” Progress in Reproduction (Dec. 1999) 3:3&4, Progress Educational Trust, London, 14

H. Biggs & E. Lee (eds), Abortion, Ethics and the Law (UKC, 1999)

H. Biggs & R. Mackenzie, “The Search for a Fine child and a Fair Law,” Progress in Reproduction (June, 1998) 2:1&2, Progress Educational Trust: London, 14-15

H. Biggs & R. Mackenzie, “Reproductive Tourism,” Progress in Reproduction, (Sept. 1998) 2:3, 9

H. Biggs & R. Mackenzie, “Viagra is Coming!” Progress in Reproduction, (Dec. 1998) 2:4, Progress Educational Trust, London, 9

H. Biggs, “Madonna Minus Child, or Wanted Dead or Alive! The Right to Have a Dead Partner's Child,” Feminist Legal Studies (1997) 5:2, 225-234

Autonomy, Consent, Vulnerability, and Exploitation

Hazel Biggs and Caroline Jones, “Tourism: a matter of life and death in the UK,” in Cohen and Glenn (eds), The Globalization of Health Care, (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2013)

Hazel Biggs & Caroline Jones, “Legally Vulnerable: What is Vulnerability and Who is vulnerable?” Current Legal Issues in Global Health, (Oxford: Oxford University Press, forthcoming 2013)

Hazel Biggs & Suzanne Ost, “‘Consensual’ Sexual Activity between Doctors and Patients: A Matter for the Criminal Law?” in A Alghrani, S Ost and R Bennett (eds), The Criminal Law and Bioethical Conflict, (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2012)

David Gurnham, “Children, Consent and Clinical Photography: An International Perspective,” International Child Health Group newsletter, affiliated to the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health, (2012) 7:2, 13-15

John Coggon and José Miola, “Autonomy, Liberty, and Medical Decision-Making,” Cambridge Law Journal (2011) 70:3, 523-547

John Coggon, “Intellectual Disability, Autonomy, and Legal Rights,” European Journal of Health Law (2011) 18:4, 447-459

John Coggon and Robert Wheeler, “Confidence and conflicts of duty in surgery,” Annals of the Royal College of Surgeons of England (2010) 92:2, 113-117

John Coggon, [Book review] "Autonomy, Consent and the Law,” Genomics, Society and Policy (2010) 6:1, 80-86

John Coggon, “Best Interests, Public Interest, and the Power of the Medical Profession,” Health Care Analysis (2008) 16:3, 219-232

David Gurnham, “‘Reader, I detained him under the Mental Health Act’: a literary response to Professor Fennell’s ‘Best Interests and Treatment for Mental Disorder’,” Health Care Analysis (2008) 16:3, 268–278

Hazel Biggs, “The Choice is Yours, or is it?” in R. Hunter and S. Cowan, CHOICE AND CONSENT: Feminist Engagements with Law and Subjectivity, (Routledge: Cavendish, 2007)

John Coggon, “Varied and Principled Understandings of Autonomy in English Law: Justifiable Inconsistency or Blinkered Moralism?” Health Care Analysis (2007) 15:3, 235-255

Hazel Biggs, “In Whose Best Interests: Who Knows?” Clinical Ethics (2006) 1:2, 90-93

David Gurnham, “Losing the Wood for the Trees: Burke and the Court of Appeal,” Medical Law Review (2006) 14:2, 253–263 (case comment)

Hazel Biggs, “The Ageing Body: Real Bodies and Ageing Realities” in M. Evans & E. Lee (eds) Real Bodies, (Palgrave: Basingstoke, 2002)

Death, Dying and End of Life Decision-Making

John Coggon, “The Wonder of Euthanasia: A Debate that’s Being Done to Death,” Oxford Journal of Legal Studies (2013) 33:2, 401-419

Remigius N. Nwabueze, “Euthanasia, Physician-Assisted Suicide and Decision Making at the End of Life” in Nwabueze, et al. (eds), Health Care Law in Nigeria, (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2013, forthcoming)

John Coggon, Foreword to Lynn Hagger and Simon Woods (eds), A Good Death? Law and Ethics in Practice, (Farnham: Ashgate, 2013)

John Coggon, “Prospective Immunity for Assisting a Suicide?: Excuses, Justifications, and Real Politics,” King’s Law Journal (2012) 23:2, 195-205

John Coggon, “Assisted Dying and the Context of Debate: ‘Medical Law’ versus ‘End-of-Life Law’,” Medical Law Review (2010) 18:4, 541-563

John Coggon, “When and why does ‘assisted-dying’ become a problem, and what is the role of the law?” Chonnam Law Review (2010) 8:3, 537-562

John Coggon, “Prosecutorial Policy on Encouraging and Assisting Suicide – How Much Clearer Could it Be?” Journal of Medical Ethics (2010) 36:7, 381-382

John Coggon, “Doctors and assisted suicide,” British Medical Journal (2010) 340, 547-548

Hazel Biggs, “Dying to Know: Legal and Ethical Issues on Do Not Resuscitate Orders,” in C. Danbury, C. Newdick et al. (eds), Law and Ethics in Intensive Care, (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010)

John Coggon, “Problems with claims that Sanctity leads to ‘Pro-Life’ Law, and reasons for doubting it to be a convincing ‘Middle Way’,” Medicine and Law (2008) 27:1, 203-13

Hazel Biggs, “‘Taking account of the views of the patient’, but only if the clinician (and the court) agrees!” Child and Family Law Quarterly (2007) 19:2, 225-238

Hazel Biggs, “Criminalising Carers: Death Desires and Assisted Dying Outlaws,” in B. Brookes-Gordon et al. (eds), Death Rites and Rights (Hart, 2007)

David Gurnham, “The Ethics of Side Effects: Sanctity of Life and Doctrine of Double Effect as Political Rhetoric,” Asian Journal of WTO & International Health Law and Policy (2007) 2:1, 141-160

John Coggon, “Ignoring the moral and intellectual shape of the law after Bland: the unintended side-effect of a sorry compromise,” Legal Studies (2007) 27:1, 110-125

John Coggon and Søren Holm, “The Assisted Dying Bill – ‘Death Tourism’ and European Law,” in Jennifer Gunning and Søren Holm (eds), Ethics, Law and Society, Volume III, (Aldershot: Ashgate, 2007)

John Coggon, [Book review] "Death’s Dominion,” Journal of Medical Ethics (2007) 33:12, 742

John Coggon, “Could the Right to Die with Dignity Represent a New Right to Die in English Law?” Medical Law Review (2006) 14:2, 219-237

John Coggon, “Arguing about physician-assisted suicide: a response to Steinbock,” Journal of Medical Ethics (2006) 32:6, 339-341

James Davey and John Coggon, “Life assurance and consensual death: Law making for the rationally suicidal,” Cambridge Law Journal (2006) 65:3, 521-548

John Coggon, “Assisting ‘Death Tourism’: Possible Prosecution or Pragmatic Immunity?” Cardiff Centre for Ethics, Law, and Society, November 2008, www.ccels.cf.ac.uk/archives/index.html

James Davey and John Coggon, “Insurance Risk?” New Law Journal 2006, 156 (7218), 544-545

John Coggon, “End of Life Care in Germany: on the Proposed Resolution of Private and Public Desires and Interests,” Cardiff Centre for Ethics, Law, and Society, November 2006, www.ccels.cf.ac.uk/archives/index.html

H. Biggs & R. Mackenzie, “End of Life Decision-making, Policy and the Criminal Justice System: Who Cares about Carers?” Genomics, Society and Policy (2006) 12:1, 118-128

John Coggon, [Book review] "Aiming to kill – the ethics of suicide and euthanasia,” Journal of Medical Ethics (2006) 32:9, 556

Hazel Biggs, “The Assisted Dying for the Terminally Ill Bill 2004: Will English Law Soon Allow Patients the Choice to Die?” European Journal of Health Law (2005) 12:1, 43-56

Hazel Biggs, ‘Euthanasia and End of Life Decision-making’ in Payne-James, Wall and Dean (eds), Medico-Legal Essentials of Healthcare (2nd ed), (Greenwich Medical Media, 2004)

Hazel Biggs, “A Pretty Fine Line: Life, Death, Autonomy and Letting it B,” Feminist Legal Studies (2003) 11:3, 291-301

David Gurnham, “Kantian principle and the Right to Life in legal judgement: The case of the conjoined twins,” King’s College Law Journal (2003) 14:1, 21-38

Hazel Biggs, “Forever and Ever Amen: Life and Death in Perpetuity,” Res Publica (2002) 8, 93-104

Hazel Biggs, Euthanasia, Death with dignity and the Law, (Oxford: Hart Publishing, 2001)

Hazel Biggs, “I Don't Want to be a Burden! A Feminist Reflects on Women’s Experiences of Death and Dying,” in S. Sheldon, M. Thomson (eds), Feminist Perspectives on Health Care Law (Cavendish, 1998)

Hazel Biggs, “Decisions and Responsibilities at the End of Life: Euthanasia and Clinically Assisted Death,” Medical Law International (1996) 2:3, 229-245

Hazel Biggs, “Euthanasia and Death with Dignity: Still Poised on the Fulcrum of Homicide,” Criminal Law Review (1996), 878-888.

H. Biggs & K. Diesfeld, “Assisted Suicide for People with Depression: An Advocate's Perspective,” Medical Law International (1995) 2:1, 23-39

Research, Ethics, Law, and Regulation

Remigius N. Nwabueze, Legal and Ethical Regulation of Biomedical Research in Developing Countries, (Aldershot: Ashgate, 2013)

John Coggon, “What’s Special About Scientific Freedom?” in Simona Giordano, John Coggon, and Marco Cappato (eds), Scientific Freedom, (London: Bloomsbury Academic, 2012)

Simona Giordano, John Coggon, Marco Cappato (eds), Scientific Freedom, (London: Bloomsbury, 2012)

Hazel Biggs, “Children and health-care research: best treatment, best interests and best practice,” Clinical Ethics (2011) 6, 15-19

Hazel Biggs, Healthcare Research Ethics and Law: Regulation, Review and Responsibility, (Routledge-Cavendish, 2009)

Hazel Biggs, “Competent minors and health-care research: autonomy does not rule, okay?” Clinical Ethics (2009) 4, 176-180

T. Lemmens and R. N. Nwabueze, “Culturally Sensitive Compensation in Clinical Research,” in James V. Lavery, Elizabeth Wahl, Christine Grady & Ezekiel J. Emmanuel (eds), Ethical Issues in International Biomedical Research, (New York: Oxford University Press, 2007)

Remigius N. Nwabueze, “Abdullahi v. Pfizer: Ethical Review of Research Involving Human Subjects in Nigeria,” in Trudo Lemmens & Tom Archibald (eds), The Regulation and Organization of Research Ethics Review, (Toronto: Brown Book Co. Ltd., 2006)

Hazel Biggs, “Human Tissue: New Law, Same Issues,” The Good Clinical Practice Journal (2006) 13:7, 25-27

Remigius N. Nwabueze, “Ethical Review of Research Involving Human Subjects in Nigeria: Legal and Policy Issues,” Indiana International & Comparative Law Review (2003) 14, 87-116

Hazel Biggs, “Research in Extremis,” Pharmaceutical Physician, (2002) 13:2, 10-13

Law and the Human Body

Remigius N. Nwabueze, “Body Parts in Property Theory: An Integrated Framework,” Journal of Medical Ethics, (2013, in press)

Remigius N. Nwabueze, “Legal Control of Burial Rights,” Cambridge Journal of International and Comparative Law (2013) 2, 196-226

Remigius N. Nwabueze, “The Legal Paradigms of Human Tissues” in Christian Lenk, Nils Hoppe, Katharina Beier, and Claudia Wiesemann (eds), Human Tissue Research – A European Perspective on the Ethical and Legal Challenges, (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2011)

Remigius N. Nwabueze, “Death of the ‘No-Property’ Rule for Sperm Samples,” King’s Law Journal (2010) 21, 561-568

Remigius N. Nwabueze, “Securing Widows’ Sepulchral Rights through the Nigerian Constitution,” Harvard Human Rights Journal, (2010) 23, 141-155

Remigius N. Nwabueze, “Legal Approaches to the Burial Rights of a Surviving Wife,” Amicus Curiae (2008) 73, 12-15

Remigius N. Nwabueze, “Feminisation of Property in the Body,” SCRIPTED – Journal of Law & Technology (2008) 5, 446-447

Remigius N. Nwabueze, “Interference with Dead Bodies & Body Parts: A Separate Cause of Action in Tort?” Tort Law Review (2007) 15, 63-66

Remigius N. Nwabueze, “Dead Bodies in Nigerian Jurisprudence,” Journal of African Law (2007) 51, 117-150

Remigius N. Nwabueze, Biotechnology and the Challenge of Property: Property Rights in Dead Bodies, Body Parts and Genetic Information, (Aldershot: Ashgate, 2007)

Remigius N. Nwabueze, “The Concept of Sepulchral Rights in Canada and the U.S.A. in the Age of Genomics: Hints From Iceland,” Rutgers Computer & Technology Law Journal (2005) 31, 217-284

Organ Donation

Remigius N. Nwabueze, “Organ Donation and Transplantation in Nigeria” in Nwabueze et al. (eds) Health Care Law in Nigeria (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2013, forthcoming)

John Coggon, “Elective Ventilation for Organ Donation: Law, Policy, and Public Ethics,” Journal of Medical Ethics (2013) 39:3, 130-134

John Coggon and Paul Murphy, “Ante-Mortem Issues Affecting Deceased Donation: an Ethico-Legal Perspective,” in Anne-Maree Farrell, David Price, and Muireann Quigley (eds), Organ Shortage: Principles, Pragmatism and Practice, (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2011)

John Coggon, “Doing What’s Best: Organ Donation and Intensive Care,” in Chris Danbury, Carl Waldmann, Chris Newdick, and Andrew Lawson (eds), Ethics and Law in Critical Care, (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010)

Remigius N. Nwabueze, “Donated Organs, Property Rights and the Remedial Quagmire,” Medical Law Review (2008) 16, 201-224

John Coggon, Margaret Brazier, Paul Murphy, David Price, Muireann Quigley, “Best Interests and Potential Organ Donors,” British Medical Journal (2008) 336, 1346-47

Public and Global Health

Remigius N. Nwabueze, “Legal Protection and Enforcement of Health Rights” in Colleen Flood and Aeyal Gross (eds), The Right to Health at the Public/Private Divide: A Global Comparative Study (New York: Cambridge University Press, 2013)

Obiajulu Nnamuchi and Remigius N. Nwabueze, “Duty to Warn of the Risk of HIV/AIDS Infection in Africa: An Appropriate Legal Response,” Annals of Health Law (2013 in press)

John Coggon and Swati Gola (eds), Global Health and International Community, (London: Bloomsbury, 2013)

AM Viens, John Coggon, Anthony Kessel (eds), Criminal Law, Philosophy and Public Health Practice, (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2013)

John Coggon, “Morality and Strategy in Politicising Tobacco Use: Criminal Law, Public Health, and Philosophy,” in A.M. Viens, John Coggon, and Anthony Kessel (eds), Criminal Law, Philosophy and Public Health Practice, (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2013)

David Gurnham, “Criminalizing Contagion: ethical, legal and clinical challenges of prosecuting the spread of disease and sexually transmitted infections,” Sexually Transmitted Infections (2013) 89:4, 274-275

David Gurnham, Editorial: "What role should criminal justice play in the fight against STIs?” Sexually Transmitted Infections (2012) 88:1, 4-5

David Gurnham, “Risky sex and manly diversions: contours of consent in HIV-transmission and rough horseplay cases,” In, Alghrani, Amel, Bennett, Rebecca and Ost, Suzanne (eds) The Criminal Law and Bioethical Conflict: Walking the Tightrope, (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2012)

John Coggon, What Makes Health Public? A Critical Evaluation of Moral, Legal, and Political Claims in Public Health, (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2012)

John Coggon, “All to the Good? Criminality, Politics, and Public Health,” in Amel Alghrani, Rebecca Bennett, and Suzanne Ost (eds), The Criminal Law and Bioethical Conflict: Walking the Tightrope, (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2012)

John Coggon, “What Help is a Steward? Stewardship, Political Theory, and Public Health Law and Ethics,” Northern Ireland Legal Quarterly (2011) 62:5, 599-616

John Coggon, “Does Public Health Have a Personality (and If So, Does It Matter If You Don’t Like It)?” Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics (2010) 19:2, 235-248

John Coggon, “Commentary – Public Health, Responsibility and English Law: Are There such Things as No Smoke without Ire or Needless Clean Needles?” Medical Law Review [2009] 17:1, 127-139

John Coggon, “Harmful Rights-Doing? The Perceived Problem of Liberal Paradigms and Public Health,” Journal of Medical Ethics (2008) 34:11, 798-801

Health Law and Technology

 

Remigius N. Nwabueze, Africa on the Cusp of Biotechnology: The Legal and Ethical Aspects of Genetics, (Lagos: Nigerian Institute of Advanced Legal Studies, 2010)

Ruth England, Tim England, and John Coggon, “The ethical and legal implications of deactivating an Implantable Cardioverter-Defibrillator in a terminally ill cancer patient,” Journal of Medical Ethics (2007) 33:9, 541-544
Remigius N. Nwabueze, “What Can Genomics and Health Biotechnology Do For Developing Countries?” Albany Law Journal of Science & Technology (2005) 15, 379-432

Remigius N. Nwabueze, “Biotechnology and the New Property Regime in Human Bodies and Body Parts,” Loyola of Los Angeles International & Comparative Law Review (2002) 24:1, 19-64

Remigius N. Nwabueze, “Spiritualising in the Godless Temple of Biotechnology: Ontological and Statutory Approaches to Dead Bodies in Nigeria, England, and the U.S.A.,” Manitoba Law Journal (2002) 29:2, 171-229

Theory and Practice in Health Care Law and Philosophical Bioethics
David Gurnham, Crime, Desire and Law’s Unconscious (Abingdon: Routledge, forthcoming 2014)

Remigius N. Nwabueze, Ireh Iyioha, Clement Osime, eds. Health Care Law in Nigeria (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2013, forthcoming)

Sarah Chan and John Coggon, “Beyond the Is/Ought Divide: Studying the Nature of the Bioethical Enterprise,” Health Care Analysis (2013) 21:1, 1-5

David Gurnham, “Bioethics as science-fiction: making sense of Habermas's 'The future of human nature',” Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics (2012) 21:2, 235-246

John Coggon, [Book review] "Human Dignity in Bioethics and Law,” Journal of Law and Society (2012) 39:4, 625-630

John Coggon, “Would Responsible Medical Lawyers Lose Their Patients?” Medical Law Review (2012) 20:1, 130-149

David Gurnham, “Legal authority and savagery in legal rhetoric: sexual violence and the criminal courts,” International Journal of Law in Context (2011) 7:2, 117-137

John Coggon, Amy Ford, and Muireann Quigley, “Introduction: Medical Law and Ethics in the Media Spotlight,” Medical Law International (2011) 11:3, 177-180

John Coggon, “On Method and Resolution in Philosophical Bioethics,” Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics (2011) 20:2, 159-163

Remigius N. Nwabueze, “Health Care Law Curriculum & Scholarship in Canada, USA, and England: Lessons for Nigeria,” The Law Teacher (2010) 44, 32-41

David Gurnham, [Book review] "Equity Stirring: the Story of Justice Beyond Law, by Gary Watt Oxford: UK, Hart Publishing, 2009’,” Law, Culture and the Humanities (2010) 6:3, 458-460

David Gurnham, Memory, Imagination, Justice: Intersections of Law and Literature (Farnham: Ashgate, 2009)

Søren Holm and John Coggon, “A Cautionary Note Against ‘Precautionary Reasoning’ in Action Guiding Morality,” Ratio Juris (2009) 22:2, 295-309

John Coggon, “On Acts, Omissions, and Responsibility,” Journal of Medical Ethics (2008) 34:8, 576-579

John Coggon, Natasha Hammond, and Søren Holm, “Transsexuals in sport – fairness and freedom, regulation and law,” Sports, Ethics and Philosophy (2008) 2:1, 4-17

John Coggon and Søren Holm, “Best Interests: A Reappraisal,” Health Care Analysis (2008) 16:3, 193-196

David Gurnham, [Book review] "'Law Codes in Dynastic China: a synopsis of Chinese legal history in the thirty centuries from Zhou to Qing, by John W. Head and Yanping Wang. Durham, North Carolina: Carolina Academic Press, 2005’,” Law and Politics Book Review (2006) 16:2, 149–152

John Coggon, [Book review] "Medicine for Lawyers,” Journal of Medical Ethics (2006) 32:4, 246

David Gurnham, “The Forest-path of Law and the Wolf-belly of Justice: Legal Theory and Fairy Tale,” Northern Ireland Legal Quarterly (2005) 56:4, 585-601

Hazel Biggs, “Review of A. Morris & S. Nott, Well Women: The Gendered Nature of Health Care Provision,” Feminist Legal Studies (2004) 12, 245-249

David Gurnham, “‘Law Reform in Korea, by Tom Ginsburg (ed.). Abingdon, U.K. & New York , NY: Routledge Curzon, 2004’,” Law and Politics Book Review (2004) 14:10, 829-832

David Gurnham, “The moral narrative of criminal responsibility and the principled justification of tariffs for murder: Myra Hindley and Thompson and Venables,” Legal Studies (2003) 23:4, 605-623

Hazel Biggs, “Edited Collection on Legal Obligations” (2000) Feminist Legal Studies 8:1

H. Biggs and R. Mackenzie, “Gendered Readings of Obligations: Social Lore or Strict Legal Forms?” (2000) Feminist Legal Studies 8:1, 1-4

Law, Reproduction, and Genethics

 

Law, Reproduction, and Genethics

C. Jones and I. Holme, “Relatively (im)material: mtDNA and genetic relatedness in law and policy,” Life Sciences, Society and Policy (2013) 9:4, 1-14

David Gurnham, “Plato's fertility clinic: status and identity rhetoric in parenthood disputes,” in Michael D Freeman and Fiona Smith (eds), Law and Language. (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2013)

David Gurnham, “Donor-conception as a 'dangerous supplement' to the nuclear family: what can we learn from parents' stories?” in Daniela Cutas and Sarah Chan (eds), Families: Beyond the Nuclear Ideal, (London: Bloomsbury Academic, 2012)

David Gurnham and Jose Miola, “Reproduction, rights and the welfare interests of children: the times they aren't a-changin,” King's Law Journal (2012) 23:1, 29-50

E. Blyth, M. Crawshaw, L. Frith, and C. Jones, “Donor-conceived people's views and experiences of their genetic origins: a critical analysis of the research evidence,” Journal of Law and Medicine (2012) 19:4, 769-789

Caroline Jones, “Review: European Human Rights and Family Law,” Child and Family Law Quarterly (2012) 24:2, 487-488

Caroline Jones, “The (im)possible parents in law,” in Craig Lind, Heather Keating, and Jo Bridgeman (eds), Taking Responsibility: Law and the Changing Family, (Aldershot: Ashgate, 2011)

Eric Blyth, Marilyn Crawshaw, Lucy Frith, Caroline Jones, and Nina Martin, “No ‘brownie points’ for ill-conceived Donation Review,” Bionews (2011) Issue 593, January 31 2011 www.bionews.org.uk/page_87010.asp

David Gurnham, “Parents, children and the porous boundaries of the sexual family in law and popular culture,” Global Studies of Childhood (2011) 1:4, 343-353

John Coggon, “Confrontations in ‘Genethics’: Rationalities, Challenges, and Methodological Responses,” Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics (2011) 20:1, 46-55

Amel Alghrani, Margaret Brazier, John Coggon, and Muireann Quigley, “Media (mis)Conceptions: Assisted Conception in the Spotlight,” Bionews (2010) 582, www.bionews.org.uk/page_80819.asp

Hazel Biggs, “Reproductive Autonomy and Regulation: Challenges to Feminism,” Feminist Legal Studies (2010) 18, 299–308

E. Blyth, M. Crawshaw, L. Frith, C. Jones, and J. Speirs, “Whither the HFEA and the fate of donor registers?” Bionews (2010) Issue 572 August 23, 2010 www.bionews.org.uk/page_69470.asp

Eric Blyth, Lucy Frith, Caroline Jones, and Jennifer Speirs, “The role of birth certificates in relation to access to biographical and genetic history in donor conception,” International Journal of Children's Rights (2009) 17:2, 207-233

Caroline Jones, “The identification of ‘parents’ and ‘siblings’: new possibilities under the reformed Human Fertilisation and Embryology Act,” in J. Wallbank, S. Choudhry, and J. Herring (eds), Rights, Gender and Family Law, (Oxford, Routledge, 2009)

Caroline Jones, “The Human Fertilisation and Embryology Act 2008: Promoting Wider Access to Information About Genetic Origins?” Bionews (2009) Issue 527 September 28, 2009, www.bionews.org.uk/page_48473.asp?iruid=897

Caroline Jones, “Exploring the Routes from Consultation to (In)forming Public Policy,” in M. Freeman (ed), Current Legal Issues: Law and Bioethics, (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2008)

Caroline Jones, "Why Donor Insemination Requires Developments in Family Law: The Need for New Definitions of Parenthood," (Edwin Mellen Press, 2007)

Caroline Jones, “Review: The Status of the Family in Law and Bioethics: The Genetic Context,” Child and Family Law Quarterly (2007) 19:2, 269

Caroline Jones, “Changing Conceptions of Welfare,” Journal of Fertility Counselling (2007) 14:2, 35-40

Hazel Biggs, “Review of Jill Marshall, Humanity, Freedom and Feminism,” Journal of Law and Society (2007) 34:3. 403-407

Hazel Biggs, “Review of R. Solinger, Pregnancy and Power: A Short History of Reproductive Politics in America and J. M. Balkin (ed) What Roe v Wade Should have Said,” Feminist Legal Studies (2007) 15:1, 129-132

Hazel Biggs, “What is Wrong with the Quest for the Perfect Child?” in H. Biggs & K. Horsey (eds), Human Fertilisation and Embryology: Reproducing Regulation, (Routledge-Cavendish, 2006)

H. Biggs & K. Horsey (eds), Human Fertilisation and Embryology: Reproducing Regulation (Routledge-Cavendish, 2006)

Hazel Biggs, “Isn’t Being a Mother a Good Thing?” BioNews 31st Oct 2006, http://bionews.org.uk/commentary.lasso?storyid=3239

Caroline Jones, “The Department of Health Review of the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Act 1990,” Clinical Ethics (2006) 1:4, 200-204

Caroline Jones, “Parents in Law: Subjective Impacts and Status Implications Around the use of Licensed Donor Insemination,” in A. Diduck and K. O’Donovan (eds), Feminist Perspectives on Family Law, (Oxford: Cavendish, 2006)

Caroline Jones, “Looking Like a Family: Negotiating Bio-Genetic Continuity in British Lesbian Families Using Licensed Donor Insemination,” Sexualities (2005) 8:2, 221-237

David Gurnham, “The mysteries of human dignity and the brave new world of human cloning,” Social and Legal Studies (2005) 14:2, 197-214

Hazel Biggs, “Review of E. Lee (ed) Designer Babies: where should we draw the line?” Journal of Medical Ethics (2004) 30:6

Remigius N. Nwabueze, “Ethnopharmacology, Patents and the Politics of Plants’ Genetic Resources,” Cardozo Journal of International & Comparative Law (2003) 11, 585-632

H. Biggs & R. Mackenzie, “A Child isn’t only for Christmas,” Progress in Reproduction (March 2001) 5:1, Progress Educational Trust, London, 9

H. Biggs & R. Mackenzie, “Do we have rights to remedy reproductive wrongs?” Progress in Reproduction (December 2001) 5:2&3, Progress Educational Trust, London, 11

H. Biggs & R. Mackenzie, “Fashionable Fantasies and Frankenstein Monsters?” Progress in Reproduction, (Sept 2000) 4:1&2, Progress Educational Trust, London, 13

H. Biggs & R. Mackenzie, “Consumers, Contracts and Compensation,” Progress in Reproduction, (Dec. 2000) 4:3, Progress Educational Trust, London, 9

H. Biggs & R. Mackenzie, “Donor Eggs, surrogates and Pregnant Men,” Progress in Reproduction, (March, 1999) 3:1, Progress Educational Trust, London, 9

H. Biggs & R. Mackenzie, “Happy Birthday Louise,” Progress in Reproduction, (June, 1999) 3:2, Progress Educational Trust, London, 9

H. Biggs & R. Mackenzie, “The Ultimate Nest Egg?” Progress in Reproduction, (Dec. 1999) 3:3&4, Progress Educational Trust, London, 13.

H. Biggs, “‘Genes and Society’, review of J. Burley (ed) The Genetic Revolution and Human Rights,” Progress in Reproduction (Dec. 1999) 3:3&4, Progress Educational Trust, London, 14

H. Biggs & E. Lee (eds), Abortion, Ethics and the Law (UKC, 1999)

H. Biggs & R. Mackenzie, “The Search for a Fine child and a Fair Law,” Progress in Reproduction (June, 1998) 2:1&2, Progress Educational Trust: London, 14-15

H. Biggs & R. Mackenzie, “Reproductive Tourism,” Progress in Reproduction, (Sept. 1998) 2:3, 9

H. Biggs & R. Mackenzie, “Viagra is Coming!” Progress in Reproduction, (Dec. 1998) 2:4, Progress Educational Trust, London, 9

H. Biggs, “Madonna Minus Child, or Wanted Dead or Alive! The Right to Have a Dead Partner's Child,” Feminist Legal Studies (1997) 5:2, 225-234

Autonomy, Consent, Vulnerability, and Exploitation

Hazel Biggs and Caroline Jones, “Tourism: a matter of life and death in the UK,” in Cohen and Glenn (eds), The Globalization of Health Care, (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2013)

Hazel Biggs & Caroline Jones, “Legally Vulnerable: What is Vulnerability and Who is vulnerable?” Current Legal Issues in Global Health, (Oxford: Oxford University Press, forthcoming 2013)

Hazel Biggs & Suzanne Ost, “‘Consensual’ Sexual Activity between Doctors and Patients: A Matter for the Criminal Law?” in A Alghrani, S Ost and R Bennett (eds), The Criminal Law and Bioethical Conflict, (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2012)

David Gurnham, “Children, Consent and Clinical Photography: An International Perspective,” International Child Health Group newsletter, affiliated to the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health, (2012) 7:2, 13-15

John Coggon and José Miola, “Autonomy, Liberty, and Medical Decision-Making,” Cambridge Law Journal (2011) 70:3, 523-547

John Coggon, “Intellectual Disability, Autonomy, and Legal Rights,” European Journal of Health Law (2011) 18:4, 447-459

John Coggon and Robert Wheeler, “Confidence and conflicts of duty in surgery,” Annals of the Royal College of Surgeons of England (2010) 92:2, 113-117

John Coggon, [Book review] "Autonomy, Consent and the Law,” Genomics, Society and Policy (2010) 6:1, 80-86

John Coggon, “Best Interests, Public Interest, and the Power of the Medical Profession,” Health Care Analysis (2008) 16:3, 219-232

David Gurnham, “‘Reader, I detained him under the Mental Health Act’: a literary response to Professor Fennell’s ‘Best Interests and Treatment for Mental Disorder’,” Health Care Analysis (2008) 16:3, 268–278

Hazel Biggs, “The Choice is Yours, or is it?” in R. Hunter and S. Cowan, CHOICE AND CONSENT: Feminist Engagements with Law and Subjectivity, (Routledge: Cavendish, 2007)

John Coggon, “Varied and Principled Understandings of Autonomy in English Law: Justifiable Inconsistency or Blinkered Moralism?” Health Care Analysis (2007) 15:3, 235-255

Hazel Biggs, “In Whose Best Interests: Who Knows?” Clinical Ethics (2006) 1:2, 90-93

David Gurnham, “Losing the Wood for the Trees: Burke and the Court of Appeal,” Medical Law Review (2006) 14:2, 253–263 (case comment)

Hazel Biggs, “The Ageing Body: Real Bodies and Ageing Realities” in M. Evans & E. Lee (eds) Real Bodies, (Palgrave: Basingstoke, 2002)

Death, Dying and End of Life Decision-Making

John Coggon, “The Wonder of Euthanasia: A Debate that’s Being Done to Death,” Oxford Journal of Legal Studies (2013) 33:2, 401-419

Remigius N. Nwabueze, “Euthanasia, Physician-Assisted Suicide and Decision Making at the End of Life” in Nwabueze, et al. (eds), Health Care Law in Nigeria, (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2013, forthcoming)

John Coggon, Foreword to Lynn Hagger and Simon Woods (eds), A Good Death? Law and Ethics in Practice, (Farnham: Ashgate, 2013)

John Coggon, “Prospective Immunity for Assisting a Suicide?: Excuses, Justifications, and Real Politics,” King’s Law Journal (2012) 23:2, 195-205

John Coggon, “Assisted Dying and the Context of Debate: ‘Medical Law’ versus ‘End-of-Life Law’,” Medical Law Review (2010) 18:4, 541-563

John Coggon, “When and why does ‘assisted-dying’ become a problem, and what is the role of the law?” Chonnam Law Review (2010) 8:3, 537-562

John Coggon, “Prosecutorial Policy on Encouraging and Assisting Suicide – How Much Clearer Could it Be?” Journal of Medical Ethics (2010) 36:7, 381-382

John Coggon, “Doctors and assisted suicide,” British Medical Journal (2010) 340, 547-548

Hazel Biggs, “Dying to Know: Legal and Ethical Issues on Do Not Resuscitate Orders,” in C. Danbury, C. Newdick et al. (eds), Law and Ethics in Intensive Care, (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010)

John Coggon, “Problems with claims that Sanctity leads to ‘Pro-Life’ Law, and reasons for doubting it to be a convincing ‘Middle Way’,” Medicine and Law (2008) 27:1, 203-13

Hazel Biggs, “‘Taking account of the views of the patient’, but only if the clinician (and the court) agrees!” Child and Family Law Quarterly (2007) 19:2, 225-238

Hazel Biggs, “Criminalising Carers: Death Desires and Assisted Dying Outlaws,” in B. Brookes-Gordon et al. (eds), Death Rites and Rights (Hart, 2007)

David Gurnham, “The Ethics of Side Effects: Sanctity of Life and Doctrine of Double Effect as Political Rhetoric,” Asian Journal of WTO & International Health Law and Policy (2007) 2:1, 141-160

John Coggon, “Ignoring the moral and intellectual shape of the law after Bland: the unintended side-effect of a sorry compromise,” Legal Studies (2007) 27:1, 110-125

John Coggon and Søren Holm, “The Assisted Dying Bill – ‘Death Tourism’ and European Law,” in Jennifer Gunning and Søren Holm (eds), Ethics, Law and Society, Volume III, (Aldershot: Ashgate, 2007)

John Coggon, [Book review] "Death’s Dominion,” Journal of Medical Ethics (2007) 33:12, 742

John Coggon, “Could the Right to Die with Dignity Represent a New Right to Die in English Law?” Medical Law Review (2006) 14:2, 219-237

John Coggon, “Arguing about physician-assisted suicide: a response to Steinbock,” Journal of Medical Ethics (2006) 32:6, 339-341

James Davey and John Coggon, “Life assurance and consensual death: Law making for the rationally suicidal,” Cambridge Law Journal (2006) 65:3, 521-548

John Coggon, “Assisting ‘Death Tourism’: Possible Prosecution or Pragmatic Immunity?” Cardiff Centre for Ethics, Law, and Society, November 2008, www.ccels.cf.ac.uk/archives/index.html

James Davey and John Coggon, “Insurance Risk?” New Law Journal 2006, 156 (7218), 544-545

John Coggon, “End of Life Care in Germany: on the Proposed Resolution of Private and Public Desires and Interests,” Cardiff Centre for Ethics, Law, and Society, November 2006, www.ccels.cf.ac.uk/archives/index.html

H. Biggs & R. Mackenzie, “End of Life Decision-making, Policy and the Criminal Justice System: Who Cares about Carers?” Genomics, Society and Policy (2006) 12:1, 118-128

John Coggon, [Book review] "Aiming to kill – the ethics of suicide and euthanasia,” Journal of Medical Ethics (2006) 32:9, 556

Hazel Biggs, “The Assisted Dying for the Terminally Ill Bill 2004: Will English Law Soon Allow Patients the Choice to Die?” European Journal of Health Law (2005) 12:1, 43-56

Hazel Biggs, ‘Euthanasia and End of Life Decision-making’ in Payne-James, Wall and Dean (eds), Medico-Legal Essentials of Healthcare (2nd ed), (Greenwich Medical Media, 2004)

Hazel Biggs, “A Pretty Fine Line: Life, Death, Autonomy and Letting it B,” Feminist Legal Studies (2003) 11:3, 291-301

David Gurnham, “Kantian principle and the Right to Life in legal judgement: The case of the conjoined twins,” King’s College Law Journal (2003) 14:1, 21-38

Hazel Biggs, “Forever and Ever Amen: Life and Death in Perpetuity,” Res Publica (2002) 8, 93-104

Hazel Biggs, Euthanasia, Death with dignity and the Law, (Oxford: Hart Publishing, 2001)

Hazel Biggs, “I Don't Want to be a Burden! A Feminist Reflects on Women’s Experiences of Death and Dying,” in S. Sheldon, M. Thomson (eds), Feminist Perspectives on Health Care Law (Cavendish, 1998)

Hazel Biggs, “Decisions and Responsibilities at the End of Life: Euthanasia and Clinically Assisted Death,” Medical Law International (1996) 2:3, 229-245

Hazel Biggs, “Euthanasia and Death with Dignity: Still Poised on the Fulcrum of Homicide,” Criminal Law Review (1996), 878-888.

H. Biggs & K. Diesfeld, “Assisted Suicide for People with Depression: An Advocate's Perspective,” Medical Law International (1995) 2:1, 23-39

Research, Ethics, Law, and Regulation

Remigius N. Nwabueze, Legal and Ethical Regulation of Biomedical Research in Developing Countries, (Aldershot: Ashgate, 2013)

John Coggon, “What’s Special About Scientific Freedom?” in Simona Giordano, John Coggon, and Marco Cappato (eds), Scientific Freedom, (London: Bloomsbury Academic, 2012)

Simona Giordano, John Coggon, Marco Cappato (eds), Scientific Freedom, (London: Bloomsbury, 2012)

Hazel Biggs, “Children and health-care research: best treatment, best interests and best practice,” Clinical Ethics (2011) 6, 15-19

Hazel Biggs, Healthcare Research Ethics and Law: Regulation, Review and Responsibility, (Routledge-Cavendish, 2009)

Hazel Biggs, “Competent minors and health-care research: autonomy does not rule, okay?” Clinical Ethics (2009) 4, 176-180

T. Lemmens and R. N. Nwabueze, “Culturally Sensitive Compensation in Clinical Research,” in James V. Lavery, Elizabeth Wahl, Christine Grady & Ezekiel J. Emmanuel (eds), Ethical Issues in International Biomedical Research, (New York: Oxford University Press, 2007)

Remigius N. Nwabueze, “Abdullahi v. Pfizer: Ethical Review of Research Involving Human Subjects in Nigeria,” in Trudo Lemmens & Tom Archibald (eds), The Regulation and Organization of Research Ethics Review, (Toronto: Brown Book Co. Ltd., 2006)

Hazel Biggs, “Human Tissue: New Law, Same Issues,” The Good Clinical Practice Journal (2006) 13:7, 25-27

Remigius N. Nwabueze, “Ethical Review of Research Involving Human Subjects in Nigeria: Legal and Policy Issues,” Indiana International & Comparative Law Review (2003) 14, 87-116

Hazel Biggs, “Research in Extremis,” Pharmaceutical Physician, (2002) 13:2, 10-13

Law and the Human Body

Remigius N. Nwabueze, “Body Parts in Property Theory: An Integrated Framework,” Journal of Medical Ethics, (2013, in press)

Remigius N. Nwabueze, “Legal Control of Burial Rights,” Cambridge Journal of International and Comparative Law (2013) 2, 196-226

Remigius N. Nwabueze, “The Legal Paradigms of Human Tissues” in Christian Lenk, Nils Hoppe, Katharina Beier, and Claudia Wiesemann (eds), Human Tissue Research – A European Perspective on the Ethical and Legal Challenges, (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2011)

Remigius N. Nwabueze, “Death of the ‘No-Property’ Rule for Sperm Samples,” King’s Law Journal (2010) 21, 561-568

Remigius N. Nwabueze, “Securing Widows’ Sepulchral Rights through the Nigerian Constitution,” Harvard Human Rights Journal, (2010) 23, 141-155

Remigius N. Nwabueze, “Legal Approaches to the Burial Rights of a Surviving Wife,” Amicus Curiae (2008) 73, 12-15

Remigius N. Nwabueze, “Feminisation of Property in the Body,” SCRIPTED – Journal of Law & Technology (2008) 5, 446-447

Remigius N. Nwabueze, “Interference with Dead Bodies & Body Parts: A Separate Cause of Action in Tort?” Tort Law Review (2007) 15, 63-66

Remigius N. Nwabueze, “Dead Bodies in Nigerian Jurisprudence,” Journal of African Law (2007) 51, 117-150

Remigius N. Nwabueze, Biotechnology and the Challenge of Property: Property Rights in Dead Bodies, Body Parts and Genetic Information, (Aldershot: Ashgate, 2007)

Remigius N. Nwabueze, “The Concept of Sepulchral Rights in Canada and the U.S.A. in the Age of Genomics: Hints From Iceland,” Rutgers Computer & Technology Law Journal (2005) 31, 217-284

Organ Donation

Remigius N. Nwabueze, “Organ Donation and Transplantation in Nigeria” in Nwabueze et al. (eds) Health Care Law in Nigeria (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2013, forthcoming)

John Coggon, “Elective Ventilation for Organ Donation: Law, Policy, and Public Ethics,” Journal of Medical Ethics (2013) 39:3, 130-134

John Coggon and Paul Murphy, “Ante-Mortem Issues Affecting Deceased Donation: an Ethico-Legal Perspective,” in Anne-Maree Farrell, David Price, and Muireann Quigley (eds), Organ Shortage: Principles, Pragmatism and Practice, (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2011)

John Coggon, “Doing What’s Best: Organ Donation and Intensive Care,” in Chris Danbury, Carl Waldmann, Chris Newdick, and Andrew Lawson (eds), Ethics and Law in Critical Care, (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010)

Remigius N. Nwabueze, “Donated Organs, Property Rights and the Remedial Quagmire,” Medical Law Review (2008) 16, 201-224

John Coggon, Margaret Brazier, Paul Murphy, David Price, Muireann Quigley, “Best Interests and Potential Organ Donors,” British Medical Journal (2008) 336, 1346-47

Public and Global Health

Remigius N. Nwabueze, “Legal Protection and Enforcement of Health Rights” in Colleen Flood and Aeyal Gross (eds), The Right to Health at the Public/Private Divide: A Global Comparative Study (New York: Cambridge University Press, 2013)

Obiajulu Nnamuchi and Remigius N. Nwabueze, “Duty to Warn of the Risk of HIV/AIDS Infection in Africa: An Appropriate Legal Response,” Annals of Health Law (2013 in press)

John Coggon and Swati Gola (eds), Global Health and International Community, (London: Bloomsbury, 2013)

AM Viens, John Coggon, Anthony Kessel (eds), Criminal Law, Philosophy and Public Health Practice, (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2013)

John Coggon, “Morality and Strategy in Politicising Tobacco Use: Criminal Law, Public Health, and Philosophy,” in A.M. Viens, John Coggon, and Anthony Kessel (eds), Criminal Law, Philosophy and Public Health Practice, (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2013)

David Gurnham, “Criminalizing Contagion: ethical, legal and clinical challenges of prosecuting the spread of disease and sexually transmitted infections,” Sexually Transmitted Infections (2013) 89:4, 274-275

David Gurnham, Editorial: "What role should criminal justice play in the fight against STIs?” Sexually Transmitted Infections (2012) 88:1, 4-5

David Gurnham, “Risky sex and manly diversions: contours of consent in HIV-transmission and rough horseplay cases,” In, Alghrani, Amel, Bennett, Rebecca and Ost, Suzanne (eds) The Criminal Law and Bioethical Conflict: Walking the Tightrope, (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2012)

John Coggon, What Makes Health Public? A Critical Evaluation of Moral, Legal, and Political Claims in Public Health, (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2012)

John Coggon, “All to the Good? Criminality, Politics, and Public Health,” in Amel Alghrani, Rebecca Bennett, and Suzanne Ost (eds), The Criminal Law and Bioethical Conflict: Walking the Tightrope, (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2012)

John Coggon, “What Help is a Steward? Stewardship, Political Theory, and Public Health Law and Ethics,” Northern Ireland Legal Quarterly (2011) 62:5, 599-616

John Coggon, “Does Public Health Have a Personality (and If So, Does It Matter If You Don’t Like It)?” Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics (2010) 19:2, 235-248

John Coggon, “Commentary – Public Health, Responsibility and English Law: Are There such Things as No Smoke without Ire or Needless Clean Needles?” Medical Law Review [2009] 17:1, 127-139

John Coggon, “Harmful Rights-Doing? The Perceived Problem of Liberal Paradigms and Public Health,” Journal of Medical Ethics (2008) 34:11, 798-801

Health Law and Technology

Remigius N. Nwabueze, Africa on the Cusp of Biotechnology: The Legal and Ethical Aspects of Genetics, (Lagos: Nigerian Institute of Advanced Legal Studies, 2010)

Ruth England, Tim England, and John Coggon, “The ethical and legal implications of deactivating an Implantable Cardioverter-Defibrillator in a terminally ill cancer patient,” Journal of Medical Ethics (2007) 33:9, 541-544
Remigius N. Nwabueze, “What Can Genomics and Health Biotechnology Do For Developing Countries?” Albany Law Journal of Science & Technology (2005) 15, 379-432

Remigius N. Nwabueze, “Biotechnology and the New Property Regime in Human Bodies and Body Parts,” Loyola of Los Angeles International & Comparative Law Review (2002) 24:1, 19-64

Remigius N. Nwabueze, “Spiritualising in the Godless Temple of Biotechnology: Ontological and Statutory Approaches to Dead Bodies in Nigeria, England, and the U.S.A.,” Manitoba Law Journal (2002) 29:2, 171-229

Theory and Practice in Health Care Law and Philosophical Bioethics
David Gurnham, Crime, Desire and Law’s Unconscious (Abingdon: Routledge, forthcoming 2014)

Remigius N. Nwabueze, Ireh Iyioha, Clement Osime, eds. Health Care Law in Nigeria (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2013, forthcoming)

Sarah Chan and John Coggon, “Beyond the Is/Ought Divide: Studying the Nature of the Bioethical Enterprise,” Health Care Analysis (2013) 21:1, 1-5

David Gurnham, “Bioethics as science-fiction: making sense of Habermas's 'The future of human nature',” Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics (2012) 21:2, 235-246

John Coggon, [Book review] "Human Dignity in Bioethics and Law,” Journal of Law and Society (2012) 39:4, 625-630

John Coggon, “Would Responsible Medical Lawyers Lose Their Patients?” Medical Law Review (2012) 20:1, 130-149

David Gurnham, “Legal authority and savagery in legal rhetoric: sexual violence and the criminal courts,” International Journal of Law in Context (2011) 7:2, 117-137

John Coggon, Amy Ford, and Muireann Quigley, “Introduction: Medical Law and Ethics in the Media Spotlight,” Medical Law International (2011) 11:3, 177-180

John Coggon, “On Method and Resolution in Philosophical Bioethics,” Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics (2011) 20:2, 159-163

Remigius N. Nwabueze, “Health Care Law Curriculum & Scholarship in Canada, USA, and England: Lessons for Nigeria,” The Law Teacher (2010) 44, 32-41

David Gurnham, [Book review] "Equity Stirring: the Story of Justice Beyond Law, by Gary Watt Oxford: UK, Hart Publishing, 2009’,” Law, Culture and the Humanities (2010) 6:3, 458-460

David Gurnham, Memory, Imagination, Justice: Intersections of Law and Literature (Farnham: Ashgate, 2009)

Søren Holm and John Coggon, “A Cautionary Note Against ‘Precautionary Reasoning’ in Action Guiding Morality,” Ratio Juris (2009) 22:2, 295-309

John Coggon, “On Acts, Omissions, and Responsibility,” Journal of Medical Ethics (2008) 34:8, 576-579

John Coggon, Natasha Hammond, and Søren Holm, “Transsexuals in sport – fairness and freedom, regulation and law,” Sports, Ethics and Philosophy (2008) 2:1, 4-17

John Coggon and Søren Holm, “Best Interests: A Reappraisal,” Health Care Analysis (2008) 16:3, 193-196

David Gurnham, [Book review] "'Law Codes in Dynastic China: a synopsis of Chinese legal history in the thirty centuries from Zhou to Qing, by John W. Head and Yanping Wang. Durham, North Carolina: Carolina Academic Press, 2005’,” Law and Politics Book Review (2006) 16:2, 149–152

John Coggon, [Book review] "Medicine for Lawyers,” Journal of Medical Ethics (2006) 32:4, 246

David Gurnham, “The Forest-path of Law and the Wolf-belly of Justice: Legal Theory and Fairy Tale,” Northern Ireland Legal Quarterly (2005) 56:4, 585-601

Hazel Biggs, “Review of A. Morris & S. Nott, Well Women: The Gendered Nature of Health Care Provision,” Feminist Legal Studies (2004) 12, 245-249

David Gurnham, “‘Law Reform in Korea, by Tom Ginsburg (ed.). Abingdon, U.K. & New York , NY: Routledge Curzon, 2004’,” Law and Politics Book Review (2004) 14:10, 829-832

David Gurnham, “The moral narrative of criminal responsibility and the principled justification of tariffs for murder: Myra Hindley and Thompson and Venables,” Legal Studies (2003) 23:4, 605-623

Hazel Biggs, “Edited Collection on Legal Obligations” (2000) Feminist Legal Studies 8:1

H. Biggs and R. Mackenzie, “Gendered Readings of Obligations: Social Lore or Strict Legal Forms?” (2000) Feminist Legal Studies 8:1, 1-4

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