Neil Allen

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This article argues that, properly analysed, the common law and the European Convention on Human Rights (ECHR) march hand in hand with the provisions of the Mental Capacity Act 2005 (MCA 2005) so as to impose a set of requirements on litigation friends acting for the subject of applications of proceedings before the Court of Protection ('P') which are very(More)
This paper considers when the State must take positive steps to protect the right to life of a suicidal patient. Using recent developments across the Council of Europe which challenge the traditional 'ugly Samaritan' approach of many common law systems, it contends that whenever and wherever public authorities know or ought to know of a real and immediate(More)
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