Corpus ID: 141582876

Editorial for Across the Spectrum of Medical Law: A Special Issue in Honour of Margaret Brazier

@inproceedings{Biggs2012EditorialFA,
  title={Editorial for Across the Spectrum of Medical Law: A Special Issue in Honour of Margaret Brazier},
  author={Hazel Biggs and Suzanne Ost and Sara Fovargue and Jos{\'e} Miola},
  year={2012}
}
  • Hazel Biggs, Suzanne Ost, +1 author José Miola
  • Published 2012
  • Sociology
  • It is often said that Andrew Grubb, Ian Kennedy, Ken Mason and Peter Skegg are some of the founding fathers of the discipline of medical law. Their contributions to the field are undoubtedly seminal. Indeed, medical law used to be nothing more than tort and criminal law applied to medical practitioners. These authors were among the first to note that special rules were being applied to doctors in particular and that, rather than being a subset of other subjects, medical law was and should be… CONTINUE READING

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