Dominic Bielby

Dominic is a postgraduate international lawyer currently working at the International Court of Justice as a Judicial Fellow. He studied his undergraduate Law degree and postgraduate LLM in International Law at the University of Cambridge where he received the Whewell Scholarship in International Law. He is interested in public international law, including international human rights law.

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Bringing the Right to Die to the British Isles (Part II): The Cautionary Experience of Australia’s Northern Territory

Bringing the Right to Die to the British Isles (Part II): The Cautionary Experience of Australia’s Northern Territory

Part I of this blog discussed the legality of assisted dying in the Isle of Man at present and the proposed legalisation of assisted dying and voluntary euthanasia under the Assisted Dying Bill 2023. If enacted, the Isle of Man will ...
Bringing the Right to Die to the British Isles (Part I): The Isle of Man’s Proposed Assisted Dying Regime

Bringing the Right to Die to the British Isles (Part I): The Isle of Man’s Proposed Assisted Dying Regime

On 31 October 2023, a bill that would legalise assisted dying for the first time in the British Isles passed its second reading – but not in Westminster. Rather, it was Tynwald, the legislature of the Isle of Man, which took this step ...