About Andra le Roux-Kemp
Dr. le Roux-Kemp is an Associate Professor at the Lincoln Law School, University of Lincoln (UK). She completed her education and training in a number of disciplines (law, medical anthropology, applied ethics, and musicology) in South Africa and Germany, and is currently enrolled for a DBA in Higher Education Management at the University of Bath (UK). Her research focus and interest are in Global and Comparative Law, and her primary fields of inquiry are Criminal Justice (including Forensic Law), and Medical- and Health Law (including medical- and bioethics). Dr. le Roux-Kemp explores the situatedness of law, and the theoretical and practical dynamics of legal change in its various spatial and temporal localities. With a keen interest in legal theory and having been trained in many different (legal) research methodologies as well as subject disciplines, her scholarly approach can be described as transdisciplinary; celebrating the intrinsic complexity of law and legal systems, whilst also recognising the inevitable and reciprocal synergy of law with other knowledge spheres.
|2019 - Present||Associate Professor, University of Lincoln ‐ Lincoln Law School|
Health Law, Medical Law, Forensic Law, Legal Anthropology, Applied Ethics, Legal Theory, Jurisprudence, Legal Philosophy, and Legal Research Methodologies
- Criminal Procedure
- Law of Evidence
Research Works (5)
Criminal Justice (11)
Health Law (11)
Conventions, customs and beliefs – social determinants and realising the right ...
Comparative and International Law Journal of Southern Africa (2012)
This article will focus on the importance of committed and participatingcivil communities in the realisation of health rights on the ...