Senior Lecturer in Law Suzanne attended Penwortham Girls’ High School from 1986-1991 where they encouraged her love of English literature. She has been a Senior Lecturer in Law at Lancaster University since September 2007. Previously, she was Lecturer in Law at the University of Manchester (2004-2007) and Lecturer in Law at the University of Central Lancashire (2000-2003). Suzanne’s main research interests are the legal and societal responses to child pornography and medical ethics (particularly euthanasia), related aspects of criminal law. She has been awarded research funding from the AHRC and the British Academy. Suzanne is co-investigator on The Impact of the Criminal Process on Health Care Ethics and Practice, an AHRC funded research project which is providing a comprehensive analysis of the role of the criminal justice system in regulating health care practice and ethics in the UK. She is also involved in the ESRC funded Isis project (Lancaster University, Middlesex University and Swansea University), which aims to develop ethics-centred monitoring framework and tools for supporting law enforcement agencies in policing online social networks for the purpose of protecting children. I have been a Peer Review Assessor for the Arts and Humanities Research Council and the NHS Research for Patient Benefit Programme. I am External Examiner at the University of Bristol (MSc Health Care Ethics and Law), Edge Hill University (LLB law degree) and External Assessor at the University of East Anglia (Law and Medicine on the LLB degree). I am a member of the Society of Legal Scholars and the Socio-Legal Studies Association.