Lisa Cherkassky


NameLisa Cherkassky
Job titleSenior Lecturer in Law
Research instituteCollege of Business, Law and Social Sciences

Research outputs

RE: AB (termination of pregnancy)[2019] EWA CIV 1215: ‘wishes and feelings’ under the mental capacity act 2005

Cherkassky, L. 2020. RE: AB (termination of pregnancy)[2019] EWA CIV 1215: ‘wishes and feelings’ under the mental capacity act 2005. Medical Law Review. https://doi.org/10.1093/medlaw/fwaa009

Do parents have a right to determine where a child patient dies?

Cherkassky, L. 2019. Do parents have a right to determine where a child patient dies? in: Trivent Publishing.

Y v A Healthcare Trust and the Mental Capacity Act 2005: taking gamete retrieval to the bank

Cherkassky, L. 2019. Y v A Healthcare Trust and the Mental Capacity Act 2005: taking gamete retrieval to the bank. Law Quarterly Review.

Twenty-seven years of controversy: The perils of PGD

Cherkassky, L. 2018. Twenty-seven years of controversy: The perils of PGD. International Journal of Pediatrics and Neonatal Health.

Human tissue authority new draft code: Supporting child donors or supporting parents?

Cherkassky, L. 2017. Human tissue authority new draft code: Supporting child donors or supporting parents? Legal Issues Journal.

A gift or a waste? Quintavalle, surplus embryos and the Abortion Act 1967.

Cherkassky, L. 2017. A gift or a waste? Quintavalle, surplus embryos and the Abortion Act 1967. The New Bioethics. https://doi.org/10.1080/20502877.2017.1345089

Quintavalle: The quandry in bioethics

Cherkassky, L. 2016. Quintavalle: The quandry in bioethics. Journal of Law and Health.

The interfamilial principle and the harvest festival

Cherkassky, L. 2016. The interfamilial principle and the harvest festival. European Journal of Health Law. https://doi.org/10.1163/15718093-12341379

The human tissue authority and saviour siblings

Cherkassky, L. 2015. The human tissue authority and saviour siblings. Journal of Bone Research. https://doi.org/10.4172/2329-8820.1000158

The wrong harvest: The law on saviour siblings

Cherkassky, L. 2015. The wrong harvest: The law on saviour siblings. International Journal of Law, Policy and the Family. https://doi.org/10.1093/lawfam/ebu014

Selecting a disabled embryo can constitute grievous bodily harm

Cherkassky, L. 2015. Selecting a disabled embryo can constitute grievous bodily harm. Medico-Legal Journal of Ireland.

Gillick, bone marrow and teenagers

Cherkassky, L. 2015. Gillick, bone marrow and teenagers. Medico Legal Journal. https://doi.org/10.1177/0025817215579170

Text, cases and materials on medical law

Cherkassky, L. 2015. Text, cases and materials on medical law. Pearson.

Children and the doctrine of substituted judgement.

Cherkassky, L. 2014. Children and the doctrine of substituted judgement. Medical Law International. https://doi.org/10.1177/0968533215571955

Course notes: Criminal Law

Cherkassky, L. 2012. Course notes: Criminal Law. Routledge.

Does the US do it better? A comparative analysis of liver allocation protocols in the United Kingdom and the United States

Cherkassky, L. 2011. Does the US do it better? A comparative analysis of liver allocation protocols in the United Kingdom and the United States. Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics.

Legal skills

Cherkassky, L. 2011. Legal skills. Palgrave Macmillan.

The secret world of liver transplant candidate assessment

Cherkassky, L. 2011. The secret world of liver transplant candidate assessment. Medical Law International.

A fair trial? The assessment of liver transplant candidates with psychiatric illnesses

Cherkassky, L. 2011. A fair trial? The assessment of liver transplant candidates with psychiatric illnesses. Journal of Medical Ethics.

Being informed: the complexities of knowledge, deception and consent when transmitting HIV

Cherkassky, L. 2010. Being informed: the complexities of knowledge, deception and consent when transmitting HIV. Journal of Criminal Law.

Presumed consent in organ donation: is the duty finally upon us?

Cherkassky, L. 2010. Presumed consent in organ donation: is the duty finally upon us? European Journal of Health Law.

Rational rejection? the ethical complications of assessing organ transplant candidates in the UK and the USA

Cherkassky, L. 2010. Rational rejection? the ethical complications of assessing organ transplant candidates in the UK and the USA. Journal of Law and Medicine.

The meaning of "wrong" in the M'Naghten test

Cherkassky, L. 2009. The meaning of "wrong" in the M'Naghten test. Criminal Lawyer.

Engaging new Law lecturers and reflections on the engagement

Cherkassky, L., Gale, Christopher and Guth, Jessica 2009. Engaging new Law lecturers and reflections on the engagement. The Law Teacher.

Genocide: punishing a moral wrong

Cherkassky, L. 2009. Genocide: punishing a moral wrong. International Criminal Law Review.

Kennedy and unlawful act manslaughter: an unorthodox application of the doctrine of causation

Cherkassky, L. 2008. Kennedy and unlawful act manslaughter: an unorthodox application of the doctrine of causation. Journal of Criminal Law.

What distinguishes the evil of genocide and how should we respond to it?

Cherkassky, L. 2008. What distinguishes the evil of genocide and how should we respond to it? International Journal of Punishment and Sentencing.

R v Hendy: intoxication and diminished responsibility

Cherkassky, L. 2007. R v Hendy: intoxication and diminished responsibility. Journal of Criminal Law.
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