Jennifer Chandler, University of Ottawa
B.Sc. (Biology) (University of Western Ontario)
LL.B. (Queen's University)
Member of the Bar of Ontario.
Jennifer Chandler is an Associate Professor at the Faculty of Law, where she teaches “Mental Health Law and Neuroethics,” as well as “Medical-Legal Issues,” and “Tort Law.” She has also taught a graduate level course called “Technoprudence,” which addresses the philosophy of law and technology. During her sabbatical in 2010-2011 she was a Visiting Associate Professor at Centre for Biomedical Ethics at the National University of Singapore.
Jennifer Chandler researches and writes about the legal and ethical aspects of advances in biomedical science and technology, with particular interest in neuroethics, organ donation and regenerative medicine. Recently she has written on the legal implications of advances in neurotherapies and neuro-imaging technologies, regulatory policy related to medical practices such as organ donation and transplantation, and the ethics and law of scientific inquiry.