Deciding for Children in Medical Treatment

In English law a child is any person under the age of 18. As might be expected, the law recognises that children do not possess the same capacity to make decisions as adults. As will be seen,... Read more

Brexit and Environmental Legislation

Now that Bexit has been triggered what will happen to the UK’s environment law? The law has been based on the EU directives – which is turn were based on the UK’s example of how to implement... Read more

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Deciding for others in medical treatment

Traditionally, the High Court exercised its inherent jurisdiction when making declarations or orders in relation to medical treatment issues. However, on 1 October 2007 the Mental Capacity Act 2005... Read more

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