Colin Gavaghan

University of Otago - Faculty of Law

PO Box 56

Dunedin North

Dunedin, 9016

New Zealand

SCHOLARLY PAPERS

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Scholarly Papers (20)

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Challenges To 'A Most Dangerous Doctrine' or a 'Fantastic Theory' of Volitional Insanity

C Gavaghan and A Bastani, “Challenges to "a Most Dangerous Doctrine" or a "Fantastic Theory" of Volitional Insanity” VUW Law Review (2016); 47(4)
Number of pages: 40 Posted: 08 Mar 2019
Amir Bastani and Colin Gavaghan
affiliation not provided to SSRN and University of Otago - Faculty of Law
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Insanity, Mental capacity, Criminal law, Defences, Common law

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Lex Machina: Techno-Regulatory Mechanisms and 'Rules by Design'

“Lex Machina: Techno-regulatory mechanisms and 'rules by design'.” Otago Law Review (2017); 15(1), 123-145.
Number of pages: 23 Posted: 27 Mar 2019
Colin Gavaghan
University of Otago - Faculty of Law
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Techno-regulation, Technology and law, Urban geography, Online interactions

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De Minimis Curat Lex: New Zealand Law and the Challenge of the Very Small

(With J Moore) “De minimis curat lex: New Zealand law and the challenge of the very small” (2011) 2(3) European Journal of Law & Technology
Posted: 07 May 2019
Jennifer Moore and Colin Gavaghan
University of Otago and University of Otago - Faculty of Law

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Hazardous substances, Health law, New Zealand

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Reporting Suicide: Safety Isn't Everything

(With M King) “Reporting suicide: safety isn’t everything” (2013) 5(1) Journal of Primary Health Care 82–85.
Posted: 07 May 2019
Mike King and Colin Gavaghan
Bioethics Centre, University of Otago and University of Otago - Faculty of Law

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Youth suicide, Ethics, Media and the law, New Zealand, Health law

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Defending the Genetic Supermarket: The Law and Ethics of Selecting the Next Generation

Defending the Genetic Supermarket: the law and ethics of selecting the next generation, Routledge Cavendish, 2007.
Posted: 07 May 2019
Colin Gavaghan
University of Otago - Faculty of Law

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Technology and law, Pre-implantation Genetic Diagnosis, Reproductive technologies, Biology and the law, HFEA, Genetics, Bioethics, Healthcare law

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'No Gene for Fate'? Luck, Harm and Justice in Andrew Niccol's Gattaca

“’No Gene for Fate’? Luck, Harm and Justice in Andrew Niccol's Gattaca” in S Shapshay (Ed), Bioethics at the Movies (Baltimore, Johns Hopkins University Press, 2009) at 75-87.
Posted: 07 May 2019
Colin Gavaghan
University of Otago - Faculty of Law

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Bioethics, Genetics, Biology and the Law, Health Law, Reproductive Technologies, Preimplantation Genetic Diagnosis

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Aid in Dying in New Zealand: Recent Legal Developments

Geddis, A., & Gavaghan, C. (2016). Aid in dying in New Zealand: Recent legal developments. Journal of Law & Medicine, 23, 849-863.
Posted: 16 Apr 2019
Andrew Geddis and Colin Gavaghan
Faculty of Law, University of Otago and University of Otago - Faculty of Law

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Criminal Law, Euthanasia, New Zealand, Seales v Attorney General

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In Word, or Sigh, or Tear: Depression and End of Life Choices

“In word, or sigh, or tear: Depression and end of life choices”, in G Laurie and P Ferguson (eds) Inspiring a Medico-Legal Revolution (Ashgate, 2015) at 231-255; ISBN: 978-1472434289
Posted: 01 Apr 2019 Last Revised: 03 Apr 2019
Colin Gavaghan
University of Otago - Faculty of Law

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Euthanasia, Assisted suicide, Biology law, Bioethics, Health law

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Right Problem, Wrong Solution

“Right problem, wrong solution: A pro-choice response to ‘expressivist’ concerns about preimplantation genetic diagnosis” (2007) 16(1) Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics 20-35.
Posted: 01 Apr 2019
Colin Gavaghan
University of Otago - Faculty of Law

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Reproductive technologies, Fertilisation, Law and technology, Biology law, Bioethics, PGD

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Saviour Siblings: No Avoiding the Hard Questions

“Saviour Siblings: No Avoiding the Hard Questions” (2015); 41 Journal of Medical Ethics 931-932
Posted: 27 Mar 2019
Colin Gavaghan
University of Otago - Faculty of Law

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Saviour Siblings, Gene Editing, Biology Law, Technology and Law, Ethics, Family Law, Bioethics

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‘You Can’t Handle the Truth’: Medical Paternalism and Prenatal Alcohol Use

“’You can’t handle the truth’; medical paternalism and prenatal alcohol use” (2009) 35(5) Journal of Medical Ethics 300-303
Posted: 10 Mar 2019
Colin Gavaghan
University of Otago - Faculty of Law

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Alcohol-in-Pregnancy, Prenatal Conduct, Law and Medicine, Health Law

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Dangerous Patients and Duties to Warn: A European Human Rights Perspective

“Dangerous patients and duties to warn: a European Human Rights perspective” (2007) 14(2) European Journal of Health Law 113-131.
Posted: 10 Mar 2019
Colin Gavaghan
University of Otago - Faculty of Law

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Confidentiality, Dangerous Patients, Osman, Tarasoff, Human Rights

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Use of Preimplantation Diagnosis to Produce Tissue Donors: An Irreconcilable Dichotomy

“Use of preimplantation diagnosis to produce tissue donors: an irreconcilable dichotomy?” (2003) 6 Human Fertility 23-25.
Posted: 09 Mar 2019 Last Revised: 14 Mar 2019
Colin Gavaghan
University of Otago - Faculty of Law

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Law and Medicine, Genetics, Preimplantation Genetic Diagnosis, HFEA, Ethics

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A Tarasoff for Europe?: A European Human Rights Perspective on the Duty to Protect

“A Tarasoff for Europe? A European Human Rights Perspective on the Duty to protect” (2007) 30 International Journal of Law and Psychiatry 255-267.
Posted: 09 Mar 2019
Colin Gavaghan
University of Otago - Faculty of Law

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Human Rights, International Law, Public Law, Britain, Europe, Common Law, European Court of Human Rights, Osman v UK

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Medical Regulation of Cognitive Enhancement Devices: Some Concerns

C Gavaghan, M King and J McMillan, “Medical Regulation of Cognitive Enhancement Devices: Some Concerns” (2014); 1(3) Journal of Law and Biosciences 334-339.
Posted: 08 Mar 2019
Colin Gavaghan, Mike King and John McMillan
University of Otago - Faculty of Law, Bioethics Centre, University of Otago and University of Otago

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Cognitive enhancement devices, Medicine, Regulation, Risk, Transcranial direct current stimulation

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Can Facilitated Aid in Dying Be Permitted by 'Double Effect'? Some Reflections from a Recent New Zealand Case

Colin Gavaghan, Mike King, “Can Facilitated Aid in Dying Be Permitted by ‘Double Effect’? Some Reflections from a Recent New Zealand Case” Journal of Medical Ethics (2016); 42:361-366.
Posted: 08 Mar 2019
Colin Gavaghan and Mike King
University of Otago - Faculty of Law and Bioethics Centre, University of Otago

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Doctrine of Double Effect, Criminal law, Facilitated dying, Ethical issues, Morality and the law

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Stopping Suicide After Seales

“Stopping suicide after Seales.” New Zealand Criminal Law Review (2016); 1: 4-18.
Posted: 05 Mar 2019
Colin Gavaghan
University of Otago - Faculty of Law

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Suicide, Euthanasia, Lecretia Seales, Criminal law

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Neuroscience, Deviant Appetites, and the Criminal Law

“Neuroscience, Deviant Appetites, and the Criminal Law” in NA Vincent (ed) Neuroscience and Legal Responsibility (New York, Oxford University Press, 2013) at 205-226.
Posted: 17 Feb 2019
Colin Gavaghan
University of Otago - Faculty of Law

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Neuroscience, Criminal Law, Paedophilia, Urge, Intent, Neurolaw, Phallometric Testing, Pre-Crime

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A Whole New... You? 'Personal Identity,' Genetics and the Enhancement Question

“A whole new ... you? ‘Personal identity’, genetics and the enhancement question” (2010) 3 Identity in the Information Society 423-434.
Posted: 17 Feb 2019
Colin Gavaghan
University of Otago - Faculty of Law

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Personal Identity, Genetic Enhancement, Reproductive Technologies, Criminal Law

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PGD Past and Present: Is the HFE Act 1990 Now 'Fit for Purpose'?

J Snelling and C Gavaghan “PGD Past and Present: is the HFE Act 1990 now ‘Fit for Purpose’? in K Horsey (ed) Revisiting the Regulation of Human Fertilisation and Embryology (Routledge, 2015) pp 80-97.
Posted: 12 Feb 2019
Jeanne Snelling and Colin Gavaghan
University of Otago and University of Otago - Faculty of Law

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PGD, Bioethics, Biology, Embryology, Ethics, Health law, UK

Other Papers (1)

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Beyond the Hype. AI and Law: An Update

Liddicoat J., Gavaghan C. and Knott A. “Beyond the hype. AI and Law: an update” (2019) 926 LawTalk 60
Number of pages: 4 Posted: 23 Apr 2019
Joy Liddicoat, Colin Gavaghan and Alistair Knott
University of Otago - Faculty of Law, University of Otago - Faculty of Law and University of Otago Department of Computer Science
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Legal Profession, Law and Technology, Artificial Intelligence