Bernadette Richards
Bernadette Richards
Associate Professor of Law, University of Adelaide
Verified email at adelaide.edu.au - Homepage
TitleCited byYear
Organ donation after cardiac death: legal and ethical justifications for antemortem interventions
B Richards, W Rogers
Australasian Med Publ Co Ltd, 2007
282007
Perceptions of embryo status and embryo use in an Australian community
S De Lacey, W Rogers, A Braunack-Mayer, J Avery, D Smith, B Richards
Reproductive biomedicine online 24 (7), 727-744, 2012
122012
Directed embryo donation: free choice or discrimination?
W Rogers, B Richards
Journal of law and medicine 18 (1), 169-177, 2010
62010
Scaring us all to death: the need for responsible legal scholarship on post mortem organ donation
N Naffine, B Richards, WA Rogers
Thomson Reuters, 2009
62009
Tort Law: In Principle
B Richards, K Ludlow, A Gibson
Thomson Reuters, 2008
62008
Alice comes to law school: The internet as a teaching tool
B Richards
Legal Educ. Rev. 14, 115, 2003
62003
Kidney paired donation and the “Valuable Consideration” problem: The experiences of Australia, Canada, and the United States
M Toews, M Giancaspro, B Richards, P Ferrari
Transplantation 101 (9), 1996-2002, 2017
52017
Regulating consent to organ and embryo donation
N Naffine, B Richards
Journal of bioethical inquiry 9 (1), 49-55, 2012
52012
Exploring the association between parenting practices and aggressive behaviour in children
B Richards
Cape Town, SA: University of Cape Town, 2015
42015
Medical law and ethics: a problem-based approach
B Richards, J Louise
LexisNexis Butterworths, 2014
42014
Organ donation after cardiac death: legal and ethical justifications for antemortem interventions
J Tibballs
Medical Journal of Australia 188 (3), 186-187, 2008
42008
The Medical Innovation Bill: still more harm than good
B Richards, G Porter, W Lipworth, T Lysaght
Clinical Ethics 10 (1-2), 1-4, 2015
32015
General principles of consent to medical treatment
B Richards
Thomson Reuters, 2010
32010
Social media: the unnamed plaintiff
BJ Richards
Journal of bioethical inquiry 15 (3), 309-312, 2018
22018
Assisted dying in Australia and limiting court involvement in withdrawal of nutrition and hydration
B Richards, J Coggon
Journal of bioethical inquiry 15 (1), 15-18, 2018
22018
Stretching the boundaries of parental responsibility and new legal guidelines for determination of brain death
B Richards, TM Pope
Journal of bioethical inquiry 14 (3), 323-328, 2017
22017
Exploring the boundaries of autonomy and the ‘right’to access innovative stem cell therapies
T Lysaght, B Richards, A Muralidharan
Asian Bioethics Review 9 (1-2), 45-60, 2017
22017
Considering professional misconduct and best interests of a child (palliative orders)
BJ Richards, M Okninski
Journal of bioethical inquiry 14 (1), 19-22, 2017
22017
The Best Interests of a Child: a Tragedy in Three Parts: (CAHS V Kiszko & Anor [2016] FCWA 19, CAHS v Kiszko & Anor [2016] FCWA 34 and CAHS v Kiszko & Anor [2016] FCWA 75)
BJ Richards, ME Okninski
Medical law review 25 (1), 138-149, 2017
22017
Regulating “quack” medicine and decision-making for children re-visited
B Richards, ME Okninski
Journal of bioethical inquiry 13 (4), 467-471, 2016
22016
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