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New newsletter providing updates on key legal developments and practical insights from leading barristers who regularly appear in the most significant inquests and public inquiries.
Issue 1 includes articles on the following:
• key differences between inquests and public inquiries - Jason Beer QC;
• inquests arising from deaths in care homes and hospitals where the deceased was subject to DoLS - Beatrice Collier;
• applications to quash previous inquests – John Goss;
• when post mortem examinations are necessary - Alison Hewitt;
• the relevance of admissions of non-causative failings in inquests - Robert Cohen.
Plus summaries of recent key cases - Amy Clarke and Aaron Moss.
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A guide to assist candidates applying for pupillage.
This special "lockdown" edition of the Police Law Update includes articles from Alan Payne QC, Charlotte Ventham, Robert Talalay, Alice Meredith, John Goss, Peter Laverack, Molly Joyce, David Messling and Jennifer Wright, and covers the following issues:
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