- Medico-legal debates
- Comparative law
- Criminalisation of negligence
Current PhD Students
External roles and responsibilities
Melinee joined Southampton Law School at the University of Southampton in October 2016. She holds degrees in (French) Law (LLB) and Public Law (LLM) from Universite Jean Moulin Lyon 3. She also holds a PhD in Law and wrote her thesis on ‘The role of the criminal law and the criminal process in healthcare malpractice in France and England.'
Before joining Southampton Law School, Melinee worked as a Lecturer at the University of Portsmouth. Melinee’s research focuses on healthcare law and criminal law issues, as well as comparative and French law. She has been involved in different research projects including an AHRC-funded project entitled 'The Impact of the Criminal Process on Health Care Ethics and Practice’, led by Professor Margaret Brazier, which aimed to offer a comprehensive analysis of the role of the criminal justice system in regulating health care practice and ethics in the UK.