Personal profile

Research interests

Informed consent

Organ Donation

End of life

Halakhic (Jewish) Medical Law and Ethics



Claudia has been teaching at the University of Hertfordshire since 2002. Previously, she worked at Wainwright and Cummins Solicitors specialising in Criminal defence work and defence Medical Negligence. Since arriving at the University of Hertfordshire she has taught Travel law, Tort, criminal law (both undergraduate and on the Graduate Diploma of Law) and medical law. For the past 12 years she has been the module leader of Medical Law and Ethics, a Level 6 optional module. Her research areas focus on informed consent together with end of life issues, in particular organ donation and the possible legalising of assisted suicide in England and Wales. Claudia also has a special interest in Jewish (Halakhah) law and the application of the law to end of life issues.

Teaching specialisms

Medical Law and Ethics

Criminal Law


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