Dr Sabrina Germain
- Dr Sabrina Germain
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Sabrina is a lecturer in the Law School at City, University of London. She convenes the medical law and bioethics module and teaches tort law. She holds degrees from McGill University (BA), Sciences Po Paris (DESS) and Cornell Law School (LLM and PhD).
Prior to City Sabrina was a lecturer in Law and Public Policy at the University of Surrey and held visiting scholarships at the University of Cambridge, University of Cape Town and Brooklyn Law School. She is admitted to the practice of law in the State of New York and worked as a transactional lawyer in an international law firm.
Her research interests lie in the many connections between law and public policy. More particularly, Sabrina is interested in the interaction between the public and private sector and the influence of private entities on the law-making process. Her book "Justice and Profit in Health Care Law" (Hart, forthcoming 2018) is a comparative study that puts forward the influence of justice principles and for-profit actors (the medical profession, employers and insurers) on the development of laws to allocate health care resources in western welfare states.
Sabrina is a research associate at the Canada Research Chair in Collaborative Culture in Health Law and Policy and a member of the Central London NHS Research Ethics Committee.
- Lecturer, City University London, London, Aug 2017 – present
- Lecturer, University of Surrey, Guildford, Jan 2016 – Aug 2017
- Visiting Scholar and Guest Lecturer, Brooklyn Law School, Oct 2014 – Feb 2015
- Visiting Researcher, University of Cambridge, Cambridge, Jan 2012 – Sep 2014
- Visiting Scholar, University of Cape Town, Rondebosch, Oct – Dec 2011
French (can read, write, speak, understand spoken and peer review).
Health care resources allocation; Comparative law and public policy; Public health care law
- Germain, Justice and Profit in Health Care Law. Hart.
- Germain, S., Denis, J.-.L., Catherine, R. and Gianluca, V. Medical Doctors in Health Care Reforms. Bristol: Policy Press.
- Germain, (2016). For a new and more diverse comparative legal education. In Van Klink, B. and De Vries, U. (Eds.), Academic Learning in Law: Theoretical Positions, Teaching Experiments and Learning Experiences Edgar.
- Germain, S. Health Law Outside its Traditional Frontiers: “Trading” Medical Tourism for Just Health Care in the Post-Brexit Context. In Khoury, L., Regis, C. and Kouri, R. (Eds.), Health Law at the Frontiers Yvon Blais, Thomson Reuters.
- Germain, (2016). Health Care: the Undebated Issue of the 2016 American Presidential Elections.
- Germain, (2016). Brexit: Is an exit from the EU a solution for health issues in the UK?
- Germain, S. (2014). Prison-based Education and Its New Pedagogical Perspective. Journal of Criminal Justice Education, 25(2), pp. 196–209. doi:10.1080/10511253.2014.882962.
- Germain, S. (2013). Taking ‘Health’ as a Socio-Economic Right Seriously: Is the South African Constitutional Dialogue a Remedy for the American Healthcare System? African Journal of International and Comparative Law, 21(2), pp. 145–171. doi:10.3366/ajicl.2013.0057.