Claudia Carr is a senior lecturer at Hertfordshire Law School.
She has been teaching at the University of Hertfordshire since 2002. Previously, Claudia worked at Wainwright and Cummins Solicitors, specialising in criminal defence work and defence medical negligence. Since 2005, she has been the module leader of medical law and ethics, and is the author of a number of books and articles in this field.
Her particular interest is in Jewish law and end-of-life issues, more specifically in organ donation and the possible legalising of assisted suicide in England and Wales. Her PhD is on therapeutic privilege, a legal exception to informed consent and the impact on patients, including those with intellectual disabilities.
|Current job role||Senior Lecturer|
|Department||Hertfordshire Law School|
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