From the University of Liverpool website, “Professor Amel Alghrani . . . Amel is recognised as a leading international expert in health law, with particular expertise in the regulation of assisted reproductive technologies. . . During the pandemic, Amel has used her medical law expertise to help local responses and currently sits on a hospital Clinical Ethics Committee and a Clinical Decision Making Committee. With a respected ethicist she delivered a webinar in May 2020 on ‘Clinical and Ethical Decision Making in a Pandemic: The UK Experience’ . With Seamus Byrne, she received ethical approval to undertake a research study on ‘The Impact of the Pandemic on Children with SEND and their education’ which received over 230 responses. The data was used to submit as evidence to the Government (June 2020). ” click here.