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deprivation of liberty in an acute medical setting webinar - February 2017

14 February 2017

In this webinar, Ben summarises and considers the impact of the Court of Appeal landmark judgment in ‘Ferreira v Coroner of Inner South London’ (26 January 2017). This judgment goes to the heart of the very controversial law on deprivation of liberty and its application in an acute medical setting. Read our article here.

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