Wishes, feelings and best interests decision-making

With thanks to Jordan’s Publishing for permission to reproduce this, my article on the place of wishes and feelings in best interest decision-making recently appeared in the Elder Law Journal (co-written with Cressida Auckland, a DPhil candidate at the University of Oxford).    I made reference to it in my comment on the inspirational Wye Valley case and it may be useful for training purposes in terms of trying to understand what it means actually to put yourself in the position of P.

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