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UK Fellow, Section S1, Law, elected in 2007

Professor Genevra Richardson FBA

Public law; administrative justice and the relationship between law and medicine, particularly law and psychiatry

About this Fellow

Genevra Richardson has been Professor of Law at King's College London since 2005. Before coming to King's she was Professor of Public Law at Queen Mary, University of London. She has a long-standing interest in law and psychiatry. In 1998-9 she chaired the Expert Committee established by the Department of Health to advise ministers on the reform of mental health legislation. In recent years she has conducted research into the assessment of mental capacity with a team from the Institute of Psychiatry. She has been a member of Council of the Medical Research Council and the Administrative Justice and Tribunals Council and a trustee of the Nuffield Foundation. She is an honorary fellow of the Royal College of Psychiatrists.

Website: http://www.kcl.ac.uk/law/people/academic/grichardson.aspx

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