Andelka Phillips is Senior Lecturer at the Faculty of Law Te Piringa, the University of Waikato, New Zealand.
She is a writer and an academic interested in Information Technology Law and Health and Medical Law. Much of her recent work has been concerned with the regulation of direct-to-consumer genetic tests, examining the industry’s use of wrap contracts (browsewrap and clickwrap) and she is also very interested in the uses and storage of genetic and genomic data, as well as genetic privacy.
Andelka Phillips is the author of the book entitled Buying Your Self on the Internet: Wrap Contracts and Personal Genomics, which has been published Edinburgh University Press as the first volume in their Future Law series in July 2019. The book is available through Edinburgh University Press, Book Depository and Amazon UK.
More on Andelka Phillips book here.
Andelka Phillips will give an introduction to the session by video, directly broadcatsted from New Zealand.