Genetics: A Handbook for Lawyers, Second Edition covers a wide range of relevant topics including:
History of Genetics
Cutting Edge Technology and Evidentiary Value
Role of Genetics in Health
Forensic Collection and Analysis of DNA
Computational Tools to Validate Data
Explaining Genetic Issues to a Jury
The information contained in this reference book will better enable the law practitioner to be learned in the discipline, point out relevant and interesting legal issues to clients and the court, and help expert witnesses be as clear and effective as possible. This book is heavily annotated, through citations to statutes, case law, and scientific discoveries, for those wishing to explore a topic more deeply.
It's a valuable resource for litigators, family or health lawyers, patent attorneys, or law students.
|Publisher:||American Bar Association|
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About the Author
Author A. Jamie Cuticchia, PhD, JD, of Raleigh, NC, has more than 25 years of experience in biomedical research. Dr. Cuticchia earned his doctorate in genetics from the University of Georgia. He has served on the faculty of Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, University of Toronto Faculty of Medicine, and, most recently, the Duke University School of Medicine. He serves as a consultant in the biomedical field and is a frequent presenter on topics such as the Human Genome Project, personal and precision medicine, and legal and ethical issues surrounding modern medical science.