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Dr Stephanie Pywell
Stephanie Pywell has a BA (Open) in science, maths, economics and statistics, a First Class Honours LLB from the University of Hertfordshire and a PhD for which the examiners were from the University of Oxford, the University of Nottingham and the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine.
She worked in the Academic Team at ILEX Tutorial College (now CILEx Law School) for six years before becoming a freelance academic author, tutor and editor.
Stephanie joined The Open University Law School in November 2013, and was awarded Fellowship of the Higher Education Academy in August 2014.
Stephanie M. Pywell (2019-01) Something old, something new: busting some myths about Statutory Instruments and Brexit, In Public Law
Stephanie M. Pywell (2019) The litigant in person’s tale: despair and dysfunction in the civil justice system of England and Wales, In Journal of Commonwealth Law and Legal Education 1(13)
Stephanie M. Pywell and Rebecca Probert (2018-12) Neither sacred nor profane: the permitted content of civil marriage ceremonies, In Child and Family Law Quarterly 4(30)
Stephanie M. Pywell (2018) Bridging the gap: online materials to equip graduate entrants to a law degree with essential subject knowledge and skills, In Law Teacher 2(52)
Stephanie M. Pywell (2018) No Judge Required: M (By her litigation Friend, Mrs B) v A Hospital; M (Withdrawal of Treatment: Need for Proceedings) (2017) EWCOP 19, In Medical Law Review
Stephanie M. Pywell (2016-08) Live or Let Die? The Court of Protection's Ground-Breaking Decision in M. v. N. (by her litigation friend, the Official Solicitor) and others  EWCOP 76 (Fam.), In Journal of Medical Law and Ethics 2(4)
Stephanie M. Pywell (2016-05-27) The reasonable robot, In New Law Journal 7700(166)
Stephanie M. Pywell (2015-08-01) Potential legal implications of advances in neuroimaging techniques for the clinical management of patients with disorders of consciousness, In Jahrbuch für Wissenschaft und Ethik, De Gruyter
Paul Catley and Stephanie M. Pywell (2015-08) The ethical imperative of ascertaining and respecting the wishes of the minimally conscious patient facing a life-or-death decision., In Jahrbuch für Wissenschaft und Ethik, De Gruyter
Stephanie M. Pywell (2015-06) PP v Health Service Executive  IEHC 622: The High Court of Ireland (Divisional Court): Kearns P, Baker, Costello JJ: 26 December 2014, In Oxford Journal of Law and Religion 2(4), Oxford Univeristy Press