Friday, March 20, 1970

Author - Tranter, Kieran

Birth: I don't know when, but I think it happened in Australia.

Death: Still alive and teaching law students about technology.

Comments: Kieran Tranter is an Australian legal scholar whose interdisciplinary field of study involves the intersection between law and technology including cloning, stem cell research, and legal ethics. Tranter has taught at the College of Law at the University of Notre Dame Australia, but is now a Senior Lecturer at the Griffith Law School.

Tranter's scholarly work into the field of law and technology has led him to also study and write about science fiction including Doctor Who, Battlestar Galactica, Star Trek, and the works of a number of science fiction authors. Tranter has contributed to or cowritten several books including Reaffirming Legal Ethics: Taking Stock and New Ideas, Alternative Perspectives on Legal Ethics and the Legal Profession, and The Ethics Project in Legal Education, and has also held editorial positions at the Griffith Law Review: Law Theory Society, Social Security Reporter, and Law, Culture and Humanities

My reviews of Kieran Tranter's books:

Other books by Kieran Tranter that I have read but not reviewed:

Essays by Kieran Tranter appearing in works that I have reviewed:
In and Out of Time: Memory and Chronology found in Doctor Who in Time and Space

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