Chloë G. K. Atkins has a PhD in Political Theory and is currently an Associate Professor in the Law and Society Program, Faculty of Arts, University of Calgary. She has held Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada, Fulbright, Clarke, and Killam fellowships. ILR-Cornell University Press has just released (22 Oct 2010) her book, My Imaginary Illness: A Journey of Uncertainty and Prejudice in Medical Diagnosis. She is working on a new book: Bad Moral Decision-Making: The Ethics of the Lived Experience of Everyday Life. She is also working on another volume entitled: Trust, Vulnerability and Human Rights. She has published articles and, continues to do research and writing, in the areas of: medical ethics; vulnerability and disability; sexuality and gender; human rights; feminism; legal theory; law; political theory and; autoethnography.