Medical Law Review

Journal

The Medical Law Review is established as an authoritative source of reference for academics, lawyers, legal and medical practitioners, law students and anyone interested in health care and the law. Primarily the Medical Law Review presents articles of international interest which provide thorough analyses and comment on the wide range of topical issues that are fundamental to this area of law. In addition it carries two commentary sections. The first concentrates on UK law and includes case reports and legislation summaries followed by analytical
interpretation of the impact of new developments in medical law. The second section concentrates on recent medico-legal developments in the US, the Commonwealth and Europe. The Review also carries book reviews of relevant publications.

Footnotes, where present, are bi-directional. This journal, along with other available UK law journals, can be searched in the All UK Law Journals file.

Online ISSN: 1464-3790
Print ISSN: 0967-0742

SOURCE CURRENCY
Volume 28, Issue 3, 1 AUGUST 2020

Med Law Rev (2020) 28 (3): 445

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Articles
Responsiveness and the Role of Rights in Medical Law: Lessons from Montgomery
Anonymity in EU Health Law: Not An Alternative to Information Governance
Internet Disruptions in the Doctor–Patient Relationship
Gross Negligence Manslaughter in Healthcare: Time for a Restorative Justice Approach?
mHEALTH Apps: Disruptive Innovation, Regulation, and Trust—A Need for Balance
Getting the Balance Right: Medical Futility, Scientific Advancement, and the Role of Law
Case Comment: Re D (A Child) [2019] UKSC 42
Re: AB (Termination of Pregnancy) [2019] EWCA Civ 1215: 'Wishes and Feelings' Under The Mental Capacity Act 2005
When Does Stand-Alone Software Qualify as a Medical Device in the European Union?—The CJEU'S Decision in Snitem and What it Implies for the Next Generation of Medical Devices
Books Received

Reviews
Book Reviews: Religious Beliefs and Conscientious Exemptions in a Liberal State
Book Reviews: Parental Rights, Best Interests and Significant Harms: Medical Decision-Making on Behalf of Children Post-Great Ormond Street Hospital v Gard
Book Reviews: Suicide Tourism

Contributors

Alison Jones Consultant editor
Daniel Cottam Contributor
James Wilson Editor
John A. Harrington Contributor
 Jos Miola Contributor
Katherine O'Donovan Contributor
Oliver Quick Contributor
Penny Lewis Contributor
Peter Bartlett Contributor
Rachel Anne Fenton Contributor
Robyn Martin Contributor
Ruth Brown Editor
Sarah Green Contributor