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Trudo Lemmens

Associate professor and Scholl chair in health law and policy, faculty of law, UofT

Trudo Lemmens (LicJur (KULeuven); LLM, DCL (McGill)) is Associate Professor in the Faculties of Law and Medicine of the University of Toronto. He is affiliated with the University of Toronto's Joint Centre for Bioethics and the Centre for Ethics. Over the last decade, he has been a member of the School of Social Science of the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton, a visiting fellow of the Royal Flemish Academy of Belgium for Science and the Arts, and a visiting professor at the K.U.Leuven and the University of Otago.

Trudo Lemmens is a member of the Advisory Committee on Health Research of the Pan American Health Organization, and the Advisory Committee on Ethical, Legal, and Social Issues of the Canadian Longitudinal Study on Aging. He sits on the Board of the Ontario Mental Health Foundation. His publications include the co-authored book Reading the Future? Legal and Ethical Challenges of Predictive Genetic Testing (Themis, 2007) and the co-edited volume Law and Ethics in Biomedical Research: Regulation, Conflict of Interest, and Liability (University of Toronto Press, 2006).
Anglophone Media Using Protest to Attack All Things CP

Anglophone Media Using Protest to Attack All Things Quebec

The distorted media coverage in the anglophone press of the Quebec student protest movement is perplexing. Some media pundits in the anglophone press not only fail to accurately present what is happening, but also use the occasion to express public disdain of Quebec social programs and of much of what Quebec society arguably stands for.
05/31/2012 05:55 EDT