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Miss Elizabeth Redrup LLB (Hons), PhD

PhD Research Student, Part-time Lecturer in Criminal Law

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Elizabeth is a postgraduate researcher and alumna of the University of Southampton. She is a part-time Lecturer in Criminal Law (Southampton) and a Guest Lecturer in Medical Law and Ethics (Imperial College London).

Elizabeth is also a Student Member of Southampton’s Health, Ethics and Law Research Group (HEAL) and a previous Editor-in-Chief of the Southampton Student Law Review (2016-17). Elizabeth is also a Committee Member of the Postgraduate Bioethics Committee which organises inter-university postgraduate workshops and conferences on bioethical issues. She has presented aspects of her research for HEAL at the International Conference on Clinical Ethics and Consultation in 2018 (Oxford University) and Law & Society Association in 2018 (Toronto).

Elizabeth is also a Student Member of Southampton’s Health, Ethics and Law Research Group (HEAL) and a previous Editor-in-Chief of the Southampton Student Law Review (2016-17). Elizabeth is also a Committee Member of the Postgraduate Bioethics Committee which organises inter-university postgraduate workshops and conferences on bioethical issues. She has presented aspects of her research for HEAL at the International Conference on Clinical Ethics and Consultation in 2018 (Oxford University) and Law & Society Association in 2018 (Toronto).

Research interests

Elizabeth’s research interests are end of life, brainstem death, prolonged disorders of consciousness, life support continuation decisions, best interests decision-making and disability rights.

Her doctoral thesis questions whether the practice of defining and determining brainstem death in England and Wales detrimentally impacts the personhood status of persons with prolonged disorders of consciousness.

Part-Time Lecturer in Criminal Law, University of Southampton. Guest Lecturer in Medical Law and Ethics, Imperial College London.

PhD Supervision

Professor Hazel Biggs and Dr Melinee Kazarian

PhD research topic

In Need of Reappraisal? Examining the Defensibility of the Established Definition and Determination of Death Through its Implications for Persons with Prolonged Disorders of Consciousness

Research group

Health, Ethics and Law (HEAL)

Affiliate research group

Centre for Law, Policy and Society (CLPS)

  • Student Member of HEAL
  • Editor-in-Chief of the Southampton Student Law Review 2016-17
  • Committee Member of the Postgraduate Bioethics Committee

 

"Lecturer in Criminal Law

Lecturer in Medical Law and Ethics"

Miss Elizabeth Redrup
Southampton Law School, Building 4 University of Southampton Highfield Southampton SO17 1BJ UK

Room Number: 4/4/3039/M4

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