21st Century BioLaw: a proposal

Autori

  • Carlo Casonato

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.15168/2284-4503-213

Parole chiave:

Biolaw, Law and life sciences, Health law, Medical law, Anthropocene

Abstract

Providing legal rules for life sciences is not an easy task. On the one hand, for instance, scientific results change rapidly and new areas for research are continuously emerging. On the other hand, legislative procedures are time-consuming and the law risks to be always late. Scientific complexity and ethical divisiveness are also uneasy to deal with by political bodies and courts, requiring precise and specific expertise. In the light of the tricky relationship between life sciences and the law, the article recommends three features that are supposed to help the law in efficiently cope with contemporary and future scientific challenges: openness, updateness, attentiveness.

##submission.downloads##

Pubblicato

2017-02-28

Come citare

1.
Casonato C. 21st Century BioLaw: a proposal. BioLaw [Internet]. 28 febbraio 2017 [citato 21 giugno 2024];(1):81-95. Available at: https://teseo.unitn.it/biolaw/article/view/1239

Fascicolo

Sezione

Saggi

Puoi leggere altri articoli dello stesso autore/i

1 2 3 > >>