Tuesday Oct 25
Discussion: Jennifer Chandler, title “Coerced metamorphosis: Biological interventions as criminal rehabilitation”
Commentators: Kejia Wang, Stefano Pantaleone
For this week’s pre-circulated reading, please click the “Discussion” link above.
Jennifer Chandler joined the Faculty of Law at the University of Ottawa in 2002, after practising law with a national firm and serving as a law clerk to the Honourable Mr. Justice John Sopinka of the Supreme Court of Canada.
She recently completed her sabbatical as a Visiting Associate Professor at the Centre for Biomedical Ethics, National University of Singapore.
She is the Co-Chair of the Law and Ethics Group within the Canadian National Transplant Research Program. She is also a Member of the Ethics Working Group on Organ Transplantation, Trillium Gift of Life Network, Ontario.
Jennife Chandler is interested in the legal and ethical implications of emerging bioscientific knowledge, with a particular focus in two areas:
- The Brain, the Mind, and the Law
- Organ Donation, Transplantation, Regenerative Medicine and End of Life Issue
Selected Research Projects and Groups
- Biocriminal Justice: What forms of biological behaviour modification methods may a criminal offender be legally coerced to accept? (PI, SSHRC, 2014-2017)
- Canadian National Transplant Research Program (co-lead, Core 1 on Ethical, Legal and Social Issues, CIHR 2013-2018). Click HERE for project website.