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‘More Equitable than the Judgment of the Justices of the Peace’: The King's Bench and the Poor Law 1630–1800
Orders issued by justices operating the poor law in seventeenth and eighteenth century England – orders for removing paupers, orders for the maintenance of bastard children, orders adjudicating poorExpand
Edwards v Chesterfield Royal Hospital – Parliamentary Intention and Damages Caused by Maladministration of a Contractual Dismissal Procedure
In Edwards v Chesterfield Royal Hospital NHS Foundation Trust [2011] UKSC 58 [2012] 2 W.L.R. 55 the Supreme Court addressed the following question: is an employee, who can establish that (a) if aExpand
The writ of certiorari and review of summary criminal convictions, 1660-1848
The first sightings of the writ of certiorari being used as a means of attacking summary convictions can be found in the early-seventeenth century. This use of the remedy peaked in the earlyExpand
Empowering Patients with Alzheimer’s Disease To Avoid Unwanted Medical Care: A Look At The Dementia Care Triad
There is little consensus about what facts should be included in a diagnostic disclosure, so a proposal to empower newly diagnosed patients with dementia with capacity to plan for their future medical care is offered. Expand
Administrative Law - Ireland