Professor Emily JACKSON BA, MA
Emily Jackson is Professor of Law, London School of Economics and Political Science (2007- ). She was educated at Brasenose College, Oxford (BA Jurisprudence 1989; MA 1991) and joined the Centre for Socio-Legal Studies, Wolfson College, Oxford (1989-1991) before becoming a Fellow and Lecturer in Law at St. Catharine’s College, Cambridge (1991-1993), Lecturer in Law, Birkbeck College, London (1993-1997) and joining the Law Department at the London School of Economics (1998-2004) as Senior Lecturer. She was then Professor of Medical Law at Queen Mary, University of London, Barts and the Royal London Medical School (2004-2007). She has beeen a member of the HFEA since 2003 (Deputy Chair since 2008) and a member of the BMA Medical Ethics Committee since 2005, of the Royal College of Physicians Ethics Committee since 2006, and of the Royal College of Pathologists Ethics Committee since 2005. Her publications include Regulating Reproduction (2001; Winner of Society of Legal Scholars’ Prize for Outstanding Legal Scholarship 2002), Medical Law (2006), and Individual Freedom, Autonomy and the State: The limits of intervention in private life (co-editor, 2009), plus articles in scholarly journals, including Modern Law Review, Current Legal Problems, Medical Law Review, Nature, Biosocieties.