The Autonomy of Others: Reflections on the Rise and Rise of Patient Choice in Contemporary Medical Law
The author, Laurie, provides an account of the writings of Professor (Emiritus) of Forensic Medicine and Honorary Fellow, Professor J Kenyon Mason. In this chapter, an extract from Professor Mason's Festschrift, Laurie focusses specifically on Mason's writings on personal autonomy within the field of Medical Law. It draws on a retrospective of cases, of significance in Mason's writings, and considers what the implications are for the future of medical law.
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