The Lent Lecture series has brought speakers from the fields of medical law, ethics, sociology and policy making to King’s College London since the founding of the Centre of Medical Law and Ethics in 1978.
The series is held in the second term each year, in the Strand campus; lectures are usually on Thursdays from 1-2 pm.
All are welcome to attend these lectures, including members of the public. Attendance is free of charge.
Lent Lectures 2011-12
Speakers this term are:
Lord Justice Munby
Chairman of the Law Commission
2 February 2012
Dr Anna Dixon
Head of Policy, King’s Fund
9 February 2012 [new date]
Dr Mark Sheehan
Oxford Biomedical Research Centre Ethics Fellow,
Ethox Centre, University of Oxford
23 February 2012
Professor Albert Weale
Chair of Nuffield Council on Bioethics
Professor of Political Theory and Public Policy, UCL
Vice-President (Public Policy) at the British Academy
ESRC Professorial Fellow
1 March 2012
Professor Allyson Pollock
Professor of public health research and policy,
Co-director Global health, policy, and innovation
Centre for primary care and public health
Queen Mary, University of London
8 March 2012
Professor Mary Dixon-Woods
Professor of Medical Sociology, University of Leicester
15 March 2012
For any queries, or to reserve a place, contact Neema Sofaer.