Withdrawal of life support: minimally conscious patients

A Clinical Commissioning Group v P (by her litigation friend the Official Solicitor) and TD [2019] EWCOP 18.

Full post: UK Human Rights Blog

Judge agrees learning disabled man can make his own choice about marriage and should be told about his finances

In May this year Mr Justice Francis handed down a carefully anonymised judgment in a case concerning PBM, a man in his mid-twenties who had an acquired brain injury as a result of a deliberate injection of insulin by his father when he was 12 months old.

Full post: The Transparency Project

Just when you thought it was safe to go back in the ordinary residence water….

Re S (A child) 2017.

Full post: suesspiciousminds

Tag -you’re it (or not)

J-S (Children) [2019] EWCA Civ 894 (24 May 2019).

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NB on Re NB

The Court of protection case Re NB.

Full post: The Transparency Project

Courts: fit for the future – but not for the present?

More than a year has passed since the Transparency Project submitted its response (among many others) to the Ministry of Justice’s consultation on the future strategy of court and tribunal estate reform. Now at last the MOJ has issued its own response.

Full post: The Transparency Project

GDP-ARgggghhhh! (The Legal Aid Agency’s guide to the GDPR)

A blog post in which the twin joys of legal aid and GDPR are combined in one glorious cluster of hideousness.

Full post: Pink Tape

ADMs apple

The Court of Appeal in Re TS (Children).

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