Medical Law Review


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

Volume 31, Issue 3, 1 August 2023

Med Law Rev (2023) 31 (3): 317


When is the processing of data from medical implants lawful? The legal grounds for processing health-related personal data from ICT implantable medical devices for treatment purposes under EU data protection law
Mental capacity—why look for a paradigm shift?
Intellectual property protection for traditional medical knowledge in China's context: a round peg in a square hole?
The publication of impaired doctors' identity by Australian and New Zealand tribunals: law, practice, and reform
The Warnock report and partial ectogestation: retracing the past to step into the future
London Borough of Islington v EF [2022] EWHC 803 (FAM): falling through the great safety net of the inherent jurisdiction
Jennings v Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority [2022] EWHC 1619 (Fam): confirming the paradigm of inferred consent for posthumous conception
Dobbs v Jackson Women's Health Organization (2022): consequences one year on
Books Received

Book Reviews: The Right to Be Protected from Committing Suicide
Book Reviews: Regulating the End of Life—Death Rights
Book Reviews: 'Health Technology Assessment, Courts and the Right to Healthcare'


 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