Michael is a member of the Law Society of Ontario and a graduate of McGill University’s Faculty of Law (BCL/LLB, 2018) and of the University of Alberta (BA, 2014). During law school, he wrote an honours paper on the history of the tort of wrongful life, was executive editor of the McGill Journal of Sustainable Development Law, and was co-convenor of a student-initiated seminar on fertility law. His research focuses on the ways that technology is changing healthcare, with a particular focus on mobile health applications, artificial intelligence, and professional responsibility. Michael is broadly interested in the ways that technology affect the relationship between physicians and their patients, how the law understands personhood, and how humans interact with the natural environment.
Research areas: mobile health applications, artificial intelligence, algorithmic clinical decision-making, professional responsibility.