|2021-2022 to today
|Co-researcher(s), Ethics and health
Professor Jonas-Sébastien Beaudry has taught in the areas of health and disability law, jurisprudence, applied ethics as well as international and domestic human rights. His recent research has focused on health policies, bioethics and theories of autonomy and equality rights. He is the founder and convenor of McGill’s Disability Working Group.
He has advised disability organizations on strategic litigations since 2015, and been consulted by the Quebec Bar, the federal Department of Justice and the Senate on health policies and equality issues. He has presented at academic series and conferences across North America and Europe, and his research has been funded by FQRSC and SSHRC grants and the Quebec Bar Foundation.
Professor Beaudry is interested in supervising graduate and postdoctoral students working on topics that relate to health law and bioethics, disability law/ethics, animal law/ethics, human rights law/theory, as well as other philosophical approaches to legal concepts and (in)justice.