A New Edition of Medical Law Review Is Now Available

October 29, 2018

Medical Law Review (vol. 26, no. 2, 2018) is available online by subscription only.

Articles include:

  • “When can the Child Speak for Herself? The Limits of Parental Consent in Data Protection Law for Health Research” by Mark J Taylor, Edward S Dove, Graeme Laurie, and David Townend
  • “‘…What God and the Angels Know of us?’ Character, Autonomy, and best Interests in Minimally Conscious State” by Giles Birchley
  • “Biomedical Enhancement of Warfighters and the Legal Protection of Military Medical Personnel in Armed Conflict” by Rain Liivoja
  • “Identity Rights and Sensitive Ethical Questions: The European Convention on Human Rights and the Regulation of Surrogacy Arrangements” by Andrea Mulligan
  • “Cryonics in the Courtroom: Which Interests? Whose Interests?” by Richard Huxtable

 

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