Northern Ireland Legal Quarterly publishes special issue on health law



CHLS
Professor John Coggon (left)
and Professor Judy Laing (right)

The Northern Ireland Legal Quarterly has published a special issue on health law, edited by the directors of the Centre for Health, Law and Society (CHLS) at the University of Bristol Law School.

The special edition, Reviewing the boundaries of health law - new directions and dimensions, includes articles on issues such as capacity law, the legal duty of candour, and gender identity.

Writing in the introduction, editors Professor John Coggon and Professor Judy Laing said: “Our hope is that this rich collection of essays is indicative of some of the challenges and proper directions for the next generation of health law scholarship, and represents well the contributions that we anticipate will be made by scholars across the field, including from within CHLS.

“We are both honoured to be the founding Co-Directors of the Centre, and proud that it spans such an impressive range of research expertise, as evidenced by the breadth and depth of contributions from 11 of CHLS’s members to this collection.”



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