Walsh, Greg
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Greg Walsh is a lawyer and lecturer at the University of Notre Dame Australia teaching in the Bachelor of Laws, Masters of Laws and Master of Bioethics degrees. His previous teaching positions include lecturing at the University of Western Sydney and the University of New South Wales. His previous legal roles include working as a legal officer for the Human Rights Committee in Geneva, a medico-legal solicitor for Maurice Blackburn Lawyers, a prosecutor for the Office of the Director for Public Prosecutions, and as a solicitor for commercial law firms in London. He has a Bachelor of Laws degree, a Bachelor of Science degree and a Master of Laws degree. In 2015 he completed a Doctor of Philosophy degree at the Curtin University on the regulation of religious schools under anti-discrimination legislation.


New! Bioethics needs to protect the vulnerable

We are embodied, vulnerable and mutually dependent human beings, argues an American scholar in this profoundly important book.

Date posted: 2021-02-18