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1996 – date Senior Lecturer, University of Huddersfield
1994 - 1995 Part-time tutor, Sheffield University
1988 - 1991 Researcher, The Halsey Consulting Partnership, London
1983 – 1987 Investor Relations Assistant, J O Hambro Investor Relations, London
1982 – 1983 Foreign Exchange, Banco Central SA, London
1977 – 1980 Lloyds Bank plc, Doncaster
Currently studying for a PhD at Sheffield University on sex selective abortion in India and the application of three accounts of autonomy.
Fellowes, M (2016) ‘Medical law update: disclosure of risks to patients (Montgomery v Lanarkshire Health Board)’ CILEX Journal . ISSN 2050-0580
Fellowes, M (2012) ‘Book review: Choosing tomorrows children: The ethics of selective reproduction, by Stephen Wilkinson, Clarendon Press, Oxford 2010’ Medical Law International , 12 (1), pp. 70-73. ISSN 0968-5332
Hart, T., Fellowes, M. and Jabbar, A. (2012) ‘Digital Literacies The challenges for a modern Law School.’. In: Pelecon 2012 (Plymouth e-learning conference), 18 April - 20th April 2012, Plymouth, UK
Hart, T., Fellowes, M. and Jabbar, A. (2011) ‘The challenges of student engagement on GDL blended learning’. In: The Sixth International Blended Learning Conference, 15th June 2011, University of Hertfordshire, Hatfield, Herts., UK.
Fellowes, M (2000) ‘Australia's Recommendations for the Sterilisation of the Mentally Incapacitated Minor - A More Rigorous Approach?'’ Web Journal of Current Legal Issues (2).
Member of Ethics Committee at Mid-Yorkshire Hospitals, 2009 to date.
Areas such as Medical law and International Criminal Law.
Deputy Course Director, GDL and LLM. Admissions tutor, GDL. Member of School Board. Member of Business School Ethics Committee.
Modules responsible for:
LLB Medical Law and Ethics option module
LLM Legal Research Methods
LLM International Criminal Law
LLM Introduction to Law
LLM DL International Criminal Law
LLM DL Legal Research Methods
LLB DL Criminal Law
LLB DL Medical Law and Ethics
GDL Introductory Programme
GDL Criminal Law
GDL Research Project
Melanie also teaches on the LLB Principles of Criminal Liability.