Hi, welcome to my website. I am Dr Andelka M Phillips and this is my personal website.
This is currently a work in progress, so there will be more here in the near future.
I am an academic interested in Information Technology Law and Health and Medical Law. I am setting up this page primarily to make more of my work accessible. Much of my 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 I am also very interested in the uses and storage of genetic and genomic data, as well as genetic privacy.
I am the Ussher Assistant Professor in Information Technology Law at Trinity College Dublin and the convenor of Trinity College Law School’s Technology, Law and Society Research Group and a Research Associate at University of Oxford’s Centre for Health, Law and Emerging Technologies (HeLEX) Centre.
I am currently working on a book, entitled Buying Your Self on the Internet: Wrap Contracts and Personal Genomics to be published by Edinburgh University Press as part of its Future Law series.
I am also co-editing with Professor Jonathan Herring and Dr Thana Campos Philosophical Foundations of Medical Law, which will be published as part of Oxford University Press’ Philosophical Foundations of Law series.
I am interested in a wide range of topics including: electronic contracts (wrap contracts), consumer protection, artificial intelligence and regulation of robotics, emerging technologies in healthcare (including wearables and implants), surveillance technologies, synthetic biology, cyber security, privacy and data protection, responsible innovation, and the regulation of emerging and disruptive technologies, especially developments in the Internet of Things and smart computing systems.
I am also particularly interested in governance of future spaces and the societal impact of new, emerging, and disruptive technologies.
23rd February 2018 Update – I have released Version 1.3 of a data file on direct-to-consumer genetic testing companies – please see the DTCGT Research page.