Medical Ethics and Law at the End of Life

A conference in Dublin, 17-19 January 2019

This is an international, inter-disciplinary conference bringing together different viewpoints on ethical, philosophical and legal issues arising at the end of human life (both the adult’s life and the child’s life).

Sponsored by:

Organised by:

  • Christopher Cowley, School of Philosophy, University College Dublin
  • Andrea Mulligan, School of Law, Trinity College Dublin
  • Barry Lyons, School of Medicine, Trinity College Dublin
  • Karina Halley, Centre for Ethics in Public Life, University College Dublin

Confirmed speakers: (in alphabetical order)

  1. Lilian Alweiss, Philosophy, Trinity College Dublin
  2. Isra Black, Law, York University.
  3. Mary Donnelly, Law, University College Cork.
  4. Heike Felzmann, Philosophy, NUI Galway.
  5. Tom Finegan, Religious Studies, Limerick.
  6. Sarah Fulham-McQuillan, Law, University College Dublin
  7. Katherine Furman, Philosophy, University College Cork.
  8. Mona Gupta, Psychiatry, University of Montreal.
  9. Julien Hughes, Psychiatry, Bristol.
  10. Richard Huxtable, Centre for Ethics in Medicine, Bristol.
  11. John Lombard, Law, Limerick.
  12. Barry Lyons, Medicine, Trinity College Dublin.
  13. Joan McCarthy, Nursing, University College Cork
  14. Simon Mills, barrister, Law Library, Dublin.
  15. Eleanor Molloy, Medicine, Trinity College Dublin.
  16. Sir Jonathan Montgomery, Law, UCL.
  17. Alexandra Mullock, Law, University of Manchester.
  18. Mary Neal, Law, Strathclyde.
  19. Peter Schaber, Philosophy, University of Zurich.
  20. Asim Sheikh, barrister, Law Library, Dublin.
  21. Elizabeth Ventham, Philosophy, Trinity College Dublin
  22. Tatjana von Solodkoff, Philosophy, University College Dublin
  23. Heleen Weyers, Law, University of Groningen, the Netherlands.
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