Belinda Bennett, Professor of Law, Queensland University of Technology,Ian Freckelton AO QC, Co-Director of Studies, Health and Medical Law, The University of Melbourne,Gabrielle Wolf, Associate Professor, Deakin University
Belinda Bennett is Professor of Health Law and New Technologies in the School of Law at Queensland University of Technology (QUT) in Brisbane, Australia and a member of the Australian Centre for Health Law Research at QUT. Belinda's research engages with the legal, social and ethical issues in assisted reproduction, law and genetics, and global public health emergencies. Her previous publications include Bennett and Freckelton (eds) Pandemics, Public Health Emergencies and Government Powers: Perspectives on Australian Law (Federation Press, 2021); and Freeman, Hawkes and Bennett (eds), Law and Global Health: Current Legal Issues Vol 16 (OUP 2014).
Ian Freckelton is a Queen's Counsel in practice as a barrister throughout Australia. He is a Judge of the Supreme Court of Nauru, a Professor of Law, a Professorial Fellow of Psychiatry at the University of Melbourne, an Honorary Professor of Forensic Medicine at Monash University, and an Adjunct Professor at Johns Hopkins University in the United States. He is an elected Fellow of the Australian Academy of Law, the Australian Academy of Social Sciences, and the Australasian College of Legal Medicine. He was appointed an Officer of the Order of Australia (AO) in 2021 for services to the law, and the legal profession, especially in relation to health, medicine, and technology. He is an internationally recognised author of many books and over 600 articles and chapters of books, including about health law, coronial law, disciplinary law, evidence law, tort law, and criminal law.
Gabrielle Wolf is an Associate Professor in Deakin University's Law School. She has published a monograph, chapters in scholarly books, and articles in peer-reviewed academic journals on a range of subjects, including aspects of the current and past regulation of health practitioners in Australia, health records and confidentiality, Australian and American sentencing law, and Australian theatre history. She has previously worked as a judge's research associate, as well as a lawyer in private practice and in-house.
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