Publications

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Members of Chambers regularly contribute to the leading practitioner and academic texts in their fields of practice. We edit the leading series of law reports in the Clinical Negligence & Healthcare, Inquests and Professional Discipline & Regulatory fields. Here is a selection of recent publications by members of Serjeants’ Inn:

Medical Treatment: Decisions and the Law

Third edition, edited by Christopher Johnston QC, written by 23 members of Serjeants’ Inn and published by Bloomsbury Professional in 2016.

Medical Treatment: Decisions and the Law covers an increasingly important area of law, seeking to place medical decision-making in its context and to provide practical guidance to the solution of many problems likely to be encountered in practice.

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Law Reports

Books

Insider Dealing: Law and Practice (Oxford 2013)

Sarah Clarke

Medical Law: A Very Short Introduction (Oxford, 2013)

Charles Foster

Principles of Medical Law (Kennedy & Grubb, 3rd Edition, Oxford, 2010)

Jonathan Holl-Allen (contributor)

Medical Treatment: Decisions and the Law, The Mental Capacity Act in Action (2nd Edition, Bloomsbury Professional, 2009)

Christopher Johnston QC (Editor), Sir Robert Francis QC, James Berry, Bridget Dolan QC, Michael Mylonas QC, Fiona Paterson, Richard Partridge, Edward Pleeth, Debra Powell, Sarah Simcock, Amy Street, Claire Watson, Oliver Williamson, (contributors)

Police Misconduct, Complaints and the Public Regulation (Oxford, 2009)

John Beggs QC (co-author)

Choosing Life, choosing Death: The Tyranny of Autonomy in Medical Law and Ethics (Hart, 2009)

Charles Foster

Medical mistakes (Claerhout Law Publishers, 2008)

Charles Foster (Editor)

Blackstone’s Guide to the Care Standards Act 2000 (Oxford, 2003)

Paul Spencer (co-author)

The Law of Consent to Medical Treatment (Sweet & Maxwell, 2002)

Andrew Hockton

Commercial Judicial Review (Sweet & Maxwell, 2000)

Paul Spencer (contributor)