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Landmark Cases in Medical Law

Editor(s): Jonathan Herring, Jesse Wall
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Published: 26-10-2017
Format: Paperback
Edition: 1st
Extent: 384
ISBN: 9781509917723
Imprint: Hart Publishing
Series: Landmark Cases
RRP: £32.99
 

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About Landmark Cases in Medical Law

This new addition to Hart Publishing's Landmark Cases series brings together leading figures in the field to discuss a selection of the most significant cases in medical law. These are cases which either signpost a new development for medical law, illustrate an important development of the law, or signpost likely future developments of the law. The cases are explored in their social and historical context to understand better what has influenced the development of the law. This collection provides a fascinating insight in the interaction of medical law and broader social changes to our bodies, illness and medical professionals.

Table Of Contents

Introduction
Jonathan Herring and Jesse Wall
1. Doodeward v Spence (1908)
Loane Skene
2. Bolam v Friern Hospital Management Committee [1957]: Medical Law ' s Accordion
José Miola
3. Re B (A Minor) (Wardship: Sterilisation) [1988]: 'People Like Us Don't Have Babies': Learning Disability,
Prospective Parenthood and Legal Transformations
Kirsty Keywood
4. Re B (A Minor) (Wardship: Medical Treatment) [1981]: 'The Child Must Live': Disability, Parents and the Law
Jonathan Herring
5. Airedale NHS Trust v Bland [1993] Charles Foster
6. R v Cambridge Health Authority, ex parte B (A Minor) [1995]: A Tale of Two Judgments
Jesse Wall
7. R v Bournewood Community and Mental Health NHS Trust, ex parte L [1999]: Bournewood Fifteen Years On
Genevra Richardson
8. Re MB (An Adult: Medical Treatment) [1997] and St George's Healthcare NHS Trust v S [1998]: The Dilemma of the ' Court-Ordered ' Caesarean
Marie Fox and Kirsty Moreton
9. R v Department of Health, ex parte Source Informatics Ltd [1999]
Mark Taylor
10. McFarlane v Tayside Health Board [2000] and Cattanach v Melchior [2003]
Laura Hoyano
11. Chester v Afshar [2004]
Sarah Green
12. R (on the Application of Burke) v General Medical Council [2004]; Burke v United Kingdom [2006]:
Contemporaneous and Advance Requests: The Fight for Rights at the End of Life
Shaun D Pattinson
13. The Right to Die and the Right to Help: R (on the Application of Purdy) v Directorof Public Prosecutions [2009] and Its Legacy
Kate Greasley
14. Yearworth and Others v North Bristol NHS Trust [2009]
Loane Skene
15. A, B and C v Ireland [2010]
Imogen Goold

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