RGHL Members and Affiliates

Academic members

  • Angela Campbell (Fac. of Law)
    Health law, children and the law, family law, criminal law
    Tel.: 514-398-6694
    angela.campbell [at] mcgill.ca (Email)
  • Anne Crocker (Douglas Mental Health University Institute)
    Forensic psychiatry, violence, criminality, severe mental illness, mental retardation, mental health-law and policy, criminal responsibility, fitness to stand trial, mental health services
    Tel: 514 761-6131, ext.: 3361
    anne.crocker [at] douglas.mcgill.ca (Email)
  • Pierre Deschamps (Fac. of Law)
    Medical law and the ethics of research & organizations
    Tel.: 514-398-3546
    deschamps.p [at] videotron.ca (Email)
  • Abraham Fuks (Fac. of Medicine)
    Tel.: (514) 398-4400 ext. 0279
    abraham.fuks [at] mcgill.ca (Email)
  • Yann Joly (Fac. of Medicine)
    Intellectual property; public health and bioethical policy; genetics and the law
    Tel: 514-398-7286
    yann.joly [at] mcgill.ca (Email)
  • Derek J. Jones
    Legal and ethical issues raised in medicine and health care
    djjmtl [at] sympatico.ca (Email)
  • Lara Khoury (Fac. of Law)
    Science / biotechnologies and law; health law; medical liability; public health; environmental liability
    Tel.: 514-398-6610
    lara.khoury [at] mcgill.ca (Email)
  • Nicholas King (Fac. of Medicine)
    Biomedical ethics; public health ethics, policy and biosecurity; health information, inequalities and measurement
    Tel.: 514-398-7406
    nicholas.king [at] mcgill.ca (Email)
  • Alana Klein (Fac. of Law)
    Tel.: 514-398-2764
    alana.klein [at] mcgill.ca (Email)
  • Nathalie Lecoq (CHU Sainte-Justine)
    Administrative law issues related to health & social services, legal aspects of internal management of public health care institutions, legal risk management.
    nathalie.lecoq.hsj [at] ssss.gouv.qc.ca (Email)
  • Christopher Manfredi (Political Science)
    Rights Litigation and Health Care Policy
    Tel.: (514) 398-4177
    christopher.manfredi [at] mcgill.ca (Email)
  • Antonia Maioni (Political Science and Institute for Health and Social Policy )
    Health Care Reform in Canada and the US, Social Policy & the Welfare State in Canada
    antonia.maioni [at] mcgill.ca (Email)
  • Margaret A. Somerville 
    Medical law and ethics, comparative medical law, torts, criminal law.
    Tel.: +61 2 8204 4471
    margaret.somerville [at] nd.edu.au (Email)
  • Wendy Thomson (School of Social Work)
    Public service delivery – making policy work in practice for the people they are intended to serve
    Tel.: 514-398-7068
    wendy.thomson [at] mcgill.ca (Email)
  • Daniel Weinstock (Fac. of Law, Institute for Health & Social Policy)
    Social and political philosophy; ethics of public policy
    Tel.: 514-398-2372

Graduate student coordinators

Stefanie Carsley

Stefanie Carsley is a doctoral candidate at McGill University’s Faculty of Law, studying Canadian legal responses to assisted reproductive technologies. Her work has been published in a number of journals including the University of British Columbia Law Review, and the Canadian Journal of Family Law. Her doctoral research is supported by the Joseph-Armand Bombardier Canada Graduate Scholarship and the Queen’s Fellowship from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council.

Ma’n H. Zawati

Ma’n H. Zawati, DCL'17, is a lawyer and the Executive Director of the Centre of Genomics and Policy at McGill University. He is also an Associate Member of the University’s Biomedical Ethics Unit since 2013. His research focuses on the legal and ethical aspects of biobanking as well as the legal duties and liability of health care professionals in both the clinical and research settings. He has published numerous articles on issues such as access to genomic databases, the return of research results/incidental findings, the legal liability of physicians and the closure of biobanks. 

Student coordinator

Katie Hammond

Katie is a second year BCL/LLB student and holds a PhD in Sociology (Cambridge), for which she explored the market and regulation of assisted reproductive technologies in Canada. She has been involved with policy development in the area of reproduction for organizations including the World Health Organization.