Special Ed. J. Mental Health L. 1 (2011)

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Contents                                                                                  Page
Forew  ord                                                         ..........................................3
Articles and Comment
Is there a Burden of Proof in Mental Health Cases?
Jeremy Cooper and Howard Davis           .....................................................5
The Case for Good Legal Representation - Is it worth fighting for?
Paul Veitch  .............................................................15
When protective powers become threatening
Deborah Padfield                     .........................................................25
This strange republic of the good
Community treatment orders and their conditions
David Hewitt ...........................................................39
The Nearest Relative and Nominated Person: A Tale of Parliamentary Shenanigans
Tim Spencer-Lane                      ........................................................48
The concept of objection under the DOLS regime
Matthew McKillop, John Dawson and George Szmukler      .......................................61
The Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities and the social model of
health: new perspectives
Penelope Weller                     ..........................................................74
S.117 MHA 1983 re-visited: the liability of the State and the existence of a duty
of care
Jonathan Butler..........................................................84
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