Andelka M. Phillips, St Hilda's College and HeLEX Centre.
Research Associate at HeLex Centre, University of Oxford.
Her doctoral research focussed on the regulation of direct-to-consumer genetic testing(DTC). This included a review of the wrap contracts of DTC companies that provide testing for health purposes. Future work will examine the contracts of DTC companies offering non-health related testing.
Most recently she presented at the SSN 7th Biannual Surveillance and Society Conference held in Barcelona in April 2016 and at the American Federal Trade Commission's PrivacyCon conference in Washington, DC in January 2016.
Andelka has been the General Editor of the Oxford University Commonwealth Law Journal (OUCLJ) for 2014-15 and was also the joint General Editor for Issue 13(2) and stayed on as an editor for issue 15(1).
Andelka was the co-founder of the Medical Law and Ethics Discussion Group.
Andelka was the sole convenor of the Medical Law and Ethics Discussion Group for 2013-14 and 2014-15 and the co-convenor for 2012-13.
She was also the convenor of Oxford Privacy Information Law and Society (OxPILS) Discussion Group for 2014-15.
Medical law and ethics, information technology law, genomics, contract, data protection, consumer protection, legal history, and jurisprudence.
Andelka Phillips, I.S. Mian, and J. Charbonneau, ‘Living in a Panopticon City: the Biological-Geographic-Economic-Social-Behavioural-Physical complex -- people and places under dynamic surveillance’ – paper presented at Surveillance: Power, Performance & Trust (7th Biannual Surveillance and Society Conference) (April 2016).
Andelka Phillips, I.S. Mian, and J. Charbonneau, 'Wake Up and Smell the Coffee! A FLE5SH approach to past, extant, emerging and new technologies … beyond Responsible Research and Innovation' (Edinburgh University, 8th February 2016) (http://www.iash.ed.ac.uk/news-and-events/event/andelka-phillips-wake-up-and-smell-the-coffee-a-fle5sh-approach-to-new-and-emerging-technologies-beyond-responsible-research-and-innovation/)
Andelka Phillips, I.S. Mian and J. Charbonneau, '‘Molecule say ‘hello’ to molecule’: Technological Innovation under the Microscope' Gikii 2015: Living in the Future, Berlin, 2015 (http://www.gikii.org/?p=302)
GenoPri 2015 (The 2nd Workshop on Genome Privacy and Security), San Jose, 21st May 2015 (http://www.genopri.org/program.html)
Invited seminar for University College London (UCL) Computer Science Faculty, UCL, 12th September 2014.
Invited talk for SCL Technology Law Futures Forum - Thursday 26 and Friday 27 June 2014, London. Please follow the link to view an article summarising this talk, (http://www.scl.org/site.aspx?i=ed38110)
Information Technology Law, Contract, Medical Law and Ethics, Genomics, Cyber Security, Privacy and Data Protection, Property Law, Consumer Protection, Responsible Innovation, Intellectual Property, and Legal History.
Options taughtMedical Law and Ethics (FHS)