Butterworths Medico-Legal Reports

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Butterworths MedicoLegal Reports offers expert and accurate reporting of cases on a wide range of areas such as medical negligence, consent to treatment, National Health Service administrative and employment law, pharmaceutical products, quantum damages, mental health and the conduct of medical bodies.

Each report consists of:
* Keywords identifying the principal legal points covered
* Concise headnotes summarising the relevant facts of the case and the court's decision
* A procedural history of the case
* The full text of the judgment
* Comprehensive reporting of important new cases on medicolegal issues
* Easy to follow layout with easy access to the pertinent legal issues



Dr Louise Austin, Lecturer in Law, University of Leicester

Vivienne Harpwood LLB (Birmingham), Barrister, Professor of Law, Cardiff Law School

David Burnet BA (Oxon) LLM (Wales), Former Lecturer in Law, Cardiff Law School

Dr N Hammond-Browning LLB, LLM, PhD (Wales, Cardiff), Senior Lecturer in Law, Cardiff University

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