Journal articles

Ian Freckelton, ‘COVID-19: Criminal Law and Human Rights Issues Determined by Litigation’ (2020) 27(4) Journal of Law and Medicine 790-806.

Ian Freckelton, ‘COVID-19 and Occupational Health and Safety: Ethical and Legal Issues for Hospitals and Health Centres’ (2020) 27 Journal of Law and Medicine 590-599.

Ian Freckelton, ‘COVID 19: the Australian Experience’ (2020) Newsletter of the World Association of Law and Medicine.

Ian Freckelton, ‘COVID-19 Research and Patient Best Interests’ (2020) 28(1) Journal of Law and Medicine (in press).

Ian Freckelton, ‘COVID-19, Fear, Quackery and the Law’ (2020) 43 International Journal of Law and Psychiatry.

Ian Freckelton, ‘Perils of Precipitate Publication: Fraudulent and Substandard COVID-19 Research’ (2020) 27(4) Journal of Law and Medicine 779-789.

I Freckelton and V Raposo, ‘International Access to Public Health Data: An Important Brazilian Precedent’ (2020) 27  Journal of Law and Medicine 895-9000.

N Stobbs, B Bennett and I Freckelton, ‘Compassion, Law and COVID-19’ (2020) 27 Journal of Law and Medicine 865-876.

Articles from the Special Issue on Mental health, mental capacity, ethics and the law in the context of Covid-19 (coronavirus); Edited by Dr. Dr. Brendan Kelly, Dr. Eric Drogin, Dr. Bernadette McSherry and Dr. Mary Donnelly, International Journal of Law and Psychiatry, Vol 71, July–August 2020.

Alberto Giubilini, Julian Savulescu and Dominic Wilkinson, ‘COVID-19 Vaccine: Vaccinate the Young to Protect the Old?’ (2020) Journal of Law and the Biosciences Article lsaa050 (advance online article, published 26 June 2020).

Neil Levy and Julian Savulescu, ‘Epistemic Responsibility in the Face of a Pandemic’ (2020) Journal of Law and the Biosciences Article lsaa033 (advance online article, published 28 May 2020).

Julian Savulescu et al, ‘An Ethical Algorithm for Rationing Life-Sustaining Treatment during the COVID-19 Pandemic’ (2020) British Journal of Anaesthesia (advance online article, published 2 June 2020).

Julian Savulescu, James Cameron and Dominic Wilkinson, ‘Equality or Utility? Ethics and Law of Rationing Ventilators’ (2020) 125(1) British Journal of Anaesthesia 10-1.

Kay Wilson, ‘The COVID-19 Pandemic and the Human Rights of Persons with Mental and Cognitive Impairments Subject to Coercive Powers in Australia’ (2020) International Journal of Law and Psychiatry.