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Aspects of Law and Ethics Related to Technology



Members & Associates

Middlesex University Academics and PhD Students

  • Dr. Carlisle George (Convenor) - Associate Professor & Barrister (Law & Information Technology)
  • Dr. Glenford Mapp - Associate Professor (Security, Communications, Networks)
  • Ms. Sukhvinder Hara - Senior Lecturer (Digital Forensics)
  • Dr. Simon Jones - Senior Lecturer (Ethics and Information Technology)
  • Ms Gill Whitney - Associate Professor (Digital Systems and Ethics)
  • Dr. Penny Duquenoy - Rtd Associate Professor (Ethics and Information Technology)
  • Mr Farad Jusob - PhD Student
  • Ms Nattaruedee Vithanwattana - PhD Student
  • Mr Suraj Juddoo - PhD Student


Associate Members (Alphabetical order)

  • Professor Jos DumortierProfessor of Law, founder and first Director of the interdisciplinary Centre for Law and Technology at KU Leuven. International  legal expert on data protection and ICT law. Lawyer at time.lex. 
  • Professor Kenneth Goodman, Professor of  Medicine at The University of Miami and Chair of the Ethics Committee of the American Medical Informatics Association and Director of his institution's WHO Collaborating Centre in Ethics and Health Policy.
  • Dr. Emyr Wyn Jones, DM FRCP - Consultant Physician, Clinical Ambassador - National Implementation, Summary Care Records Service, Health and Social Care Information Centre, England (UK).
  • Dr. Jasmine Leonce, MBBS MRCOG - Consultant Obstetrician, Lister Hospital, Stevenage, UK.
  • Dr. Federica Lucivero,  Marie Curie Research Fellow, Department of Social Science, Health and Medicine, King’s College London.
  • Dr. Alaiyi West, BM BS, MD, FRCS(Eng) FRCS (Urol) - Consultant Urological Surgeon, James Cook University Hospital, Middlesbrough, UK. 
  • Ms. Diane Whitehouse,  Director at the Castlegate Consultancy, Principal eHealth Policy Consultant at EHTEL, former Chair - IFIP Technical Committee 9 on ICT and Society &  IFIP Working Group 9.2 on Social Accountability and Computing.