Professor Lindy Willmott graduated with first class honours in law from the University of Queensland. She joined the Law Faculty in 1986 and teaches in health law (both in the undergraduate and postgraduate course). She also supervises a number of PhD students in the area of Health Law. Professor Willmott is a Co-Director of QUT’s Australian Centre for Health Law Research, and publishes extensively in the area of Health Law, specialising in end-of-life decision-making and guardianship law. For six years, Lindy was a part-time member of the Guardianship and Administration Tribunal (and then the Queensland Civil and Administrative Tribunal), being appointed to that role in January 2005. She is also co-editor of the Health Law and Guardianship section of the Queensland Lawyer. She has had experience in practice in the area of Securities Law and has been both a full-time and part-time member of the Queensland Law Reform Commission from 1990-1994. While at the Law Reform Commission she was principally involved in reform of de facto relationships law and of the real property legislation in Queensland.