Jonathan Will

Bioethics & Health Law Center, Mississippi College School of Law (MC Law)

Jonathan Will is a professor of law and the director of MC Law’s Bioethics and Health Law Center.  Since 2011 he has also served on the Affiliate Faculty of the Center for Bioethics and Medical Humanities at The University of Mississippi Medical Center. Jonathan served as Associate Dean on the senior administrative team from 2015 to 2022, and continues to provide leadership in the academic, intellectual, and administrative life of the law school.

Jonathan teaches Civil Procedure and Contracts in the 1L year, as well as upper level courses in Health Law and Bioethics including in MC Law’s study abroad programs. He has been voted 1L Professor of the Year over a dozen times. Jonathan writes extensively about the implications of the nationwide personhood movement, reproductive rights, patient autonomy, and medical decision-making. His cross-disciplinary work appears in both legal and medical journals.

Presentation (PPTX format): Life at Conception, Regulating Risk, and the Future of Reproductive Technologies