Recent Publications by Associate Professor Fiona Kelly

Fiona Kelly La Trobe Law

Recently, La Trobe Law School’s Associate Professor Fiona Kelly published two academic articles entitled, “The family law implications of early contact between sperm donors and their donor offspring” and “The court process is slow but biology is fast’: Assessing the… Continue Reading

CHLS Research seminar: Coronial practice, suicide rates and the problem of intent

Abstract This presentation will focus upon the problematic notion of ‘intent’ within Coronial death investigations, and its relation to widespread concerns over the accuracy of suicide statistics. It details some of the central results from ARC funded research into the… Continue Reading

Dr Darren O’Donovan in featured in the news

Earlier this week, La Trobe Law School’s senior lecturer Dr Darren O’Donovan was featured on various news channels, after publishing his blog piece titled, ‘Querying the Government’s Authority to “Correct the Record‘. Dr Darren O’Donovan was quoted in articles published… Continue Reading

Information & Advocacy: The Lifeblood of a Functioning National Disability Insurance Scheme

By Darren O’Donovan The notion of choice – the ability to choose and plan the delivery of your supports is fundamental to the National Disability Insurance Scheme. The central goal upon its creation was a shift from the rationed, top… Continue Reading

International Scholar John Coggon visits the Centre for Health Law and Society (CHLS) at La Trobe Law School

Where and How Does Global Health Fit into Public Health Ethics and Law? John Coggon, who is a Professor of Law at the University of Bristol will present his research on this topic at a Centre for Health Law and… Continue Reading

Dr Sheelagh McGuinness presents at La Trobe Law School: “A guerilla strategy for a pro-life England?”

On Tuesday 26 July 2016, Dr Sheelagh McGuinness, from the University of Bristol, will be presenting a Research Seminar at the Centre for Health Law and Society at Law Trobe Law School. The title of her presentation is ‘A guerilla… Continue Reading