We are excited to introduce Jonathan F. Will as a regular contributor to Bill of Health.
Jonathan is an Associate Professor of Law and is the founding director of the Bioethics & Health Law Center at Mississippi College School of Law. He is also on the affiliate faculty of the Center for Bioethics and Medical Humanities at the University of Mississippi Medical Center. Jonathan teaches upper level courses in Health Law and Bioethics, and has been voted 1L Professor of the Year for his section of Civil Procedure five times since joining MC Law’s faculty in 2009. In addition to commenting for the American Journal of Bioethics, his recent work focuses on reproductive rights and the implications of the nationwide personhood movement.
- Religion, Clinical Misconceptions, and Access to Contraception, 14 Am. J. of Bioethics 40 (2014).
- Beyond Abortion: Why the Personhood Movement Implicates Reproductive Choice, 39 Am J. L. & Med. 573 (2013) (peer reviewed).
- Conscience Legislation, the Personhood Movement, and Access to Controversial Care, 4 Faulkner L. Rev. 411 (2013) (symposium issue).
- When Potential Does Not Matter: What Developments in Cellular Biology Tell Us about the Concept of Legal Personhood, (with Eli Adashi, MD (Brown Medical School) and Glenn Cohen (Harvard Law School)), 13 Am. J. of Bioethics 38 (2013).
- The Possible Ramifications of Pre-Embryonic Personhood, JURIST – Forum, (Nov. 7, 2011).
- Measure 26: Fear Mongering, Self-Execution & Potential Implications for Birth Control, 81 Miss. L. J. Supra 63 (2011).
- Mississippi’s Ambiguous ‘Personhood’ Amendment, (with Glenn Cohen (Harvard Law School)), New York Times (October 31, 2011).
- Life and Law – The Commitment to Pre-Embryonic Personhood, Miss. Bus. Journal (September 23, 2011).
- A Brief Historical and Theoretical Perspective on Patient Autonomy & Medical Decision Making, Part I: The Beneficence Model, Chest. 2011; 139(3): 669 (peer reviewed).
- A Brief Historical and Theoretical Perspective on Patient Autonomy & Medical Decision Making, Part II: The Autonomy Model, Chest. 2011; 139(6): 1491 (peer reviewed).