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Selected Papers 2005

10th Greek Australian Legal and Medical Conference
Mykonos, Greece 29th May - 3rd June 2005

Edited by: Graham D. Burrows, AO, KCSJ

Law and Medicine: A Dangerous Liaison?
The Rt. Hon. Dame Sian Elias GNZM
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Human Embryonic Stem Cells
- Ethics, Myths and Realities

T.J. Martin AO FAA FRS
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Doctors, Patients and Lawyers. Are We All Speaking the Same Language?
Dr Vinay S. Rane
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How are juries for medical negligence
trials selected?

Dr Jacqueline Horan
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From obscurity to Andrew Denton in 12 months:
Using the Australian Of the Year Award to improve Child Health & Wellbeing

Professor Fiona Stanley AC
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Medical Indemnity Crisis
D.A.Wheelahan QC, Jack Shand Chambers
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The Demand for Physician Accountability. Where Does it Come From? Where Does it Lead?
Thomas B Hugh FRCS FRACS
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Greek Human Fertilization Legislation
Professor Ismiri Androulidaki-Dimitiadis
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A Quarter of a Century in the Witness Box: A Survivor's Perspective
Mr Anthony Buzzard
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Law and forensic science in the criminal trial process:
The Lindy Chamberlain Case

Mr Chester Porter
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Law and forensic science in the criminal trial process:
The Lindy Chamberlain Case
(Follow-on to Mr Chester Porter’s paper)

Dr Tony Raymond
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From Bali to Tsunami
Dr Pamela Craig
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The psychiatric trauma of people in courts
Professor Graham D. Burrows, AO, KCSJ
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How should we use expert medical evidence to assist in fact-finding?
Joan Dwyer OAM
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Migration Review – “A Moot Tribunal Hearing”
Mr Steve A Karas AO
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Wrongful life and wrongful birth.
Do you sue for being alive?

Miss Agni Kortsidaki
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Reviewing the Impact of Tort Reform at a State and National Level
The Hon. Justice Anthony Whealy
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