The personal story behind the change in consent. An inspirational and motivational journey.

Nadine Montgomery is primarily a postgraduate legal researcher focussing on patient information disclosure cases and medical informed consent at the University of Strathclyde in Glasgow. She is also the class tutor in Delict for the undergraduate law students at the university teaching all aspects of negligence. 

Nadine is more notably known as the pursuer in the landmark Supreme Court Judgment, Montgomery v Lanarkshire Health Board. Nadine also works part time as a clinical negligence lawyer in Scotland. 

Prior to obtaining her law degree from the University of Strathclyde Nadine completed her BSc in Molecular Biology from the University of Glasgow. 

Birthrights, a human rights in childbirth charity, announced Nadine as their first ever patron in 2019. As a public ambassador she continues to champion women's autonomy and consent in childbirth, supporting their communications and campaigns and training for healthcare  professionals. 

Nadine was further honoured to become an Ambassador for the unique charity Baby Lifeline in 2020 and has joined forces with their team to improve safety in maternity care. 

Nadine’s passion for the law extends to her membership of the Law Society of Scotland in the Health and Medical Law subcommittee where she can become involved in contributing towards the development of policy and legislation to the benefit of both the profession and the public. 




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