Lecturer, University of Otago
Jeanne joined the Faculty of Law at the University of Otago as a Lecturer in 2018 and holds a joint position with the Bioethics Centre. Jeanne teaches Medical Law and a first year paper, Introduction to Law and New Technology in the Faculty of Law. She also teaches into a Bioethics paper (Bioethics and the Life Sciences) and lectures on medical law to undergraduate medical students at the Otago School of Medicine. Jeanne’s research interests include medical law in general, but particularly the ethical and legal implications of genetic advances and emerging biotechnology.
Oct 30, 2020 05:52 am UTC| Law
The preliminary results of New Zealands referendum on the End of Life Choice Act were conclusive. Some 65.2% of voters supported the law coming into force, while 33.8% opposed it. Although around 480,000 special votes...