A special (open-access) issue of the Medical Law Review has just been published, based upon papers delivered at a conference held by the University of Liverpool last summer.
Editorial: The Mental Capacity Act 2005—Ten Years On: Amel Alghrani, Paula Case and John Fanning
Best Interests in the Mental Capacity Act: Time to Say Goodbye?: Mary Donnelly
Litigation Friends or Foes? Representation of ‘P’ Before the Court of Protection: Alexander Ruck Keene, Peter Bartlett and Neil Allen
Dangerous Liaisons? Psychiatry and Law in the Court of Protection—Expert Discourses of ‘Insight’ (and ‘Compliance’): Paula Case
The Implications of Meno’s Paradox for the Mental Capacity Act 2005: Paul Skowron
Mental Capacity Law, Autonomy, and Best Interests: an Argument for Conceptual and Practical Clarity in the Court of Protection: John Coggon
Continuities of Risk in the Era of the Mental Capacity Act: John Fanning