29 October 2014
Elaheh Karoubi, second year undergraduate student at Queen Mary University of London's School of Law, recently had an article entitled 'To be or not to be: An Insight into the Legality of Organ Trade in Iran' published by Your Middle East.
Elaheh's article focuses upon the open marketplace for organs that is currently legal in Iran. She touches upon the moral and cultural implications of having a marketplace for organs as well as the benefits organ trades can offer.
Elaheh won the book prize in last year's Blackstone Chambers essay competition for the best submission by a first year student.