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Inquests: a practitioner's guide (1)

New Law Journal

'... an indispensable handbook for explaining law, procedure and practice, and placing these important tools in a human rights, campaigning and political context.'

INQUESTLAW

'It is clear to see that this publication will continue to be a well-thumbed, invaluable aid for practitioners seeking to ensure that the coronial system affords to the bereaved the greatest prospect of achieving a true account of the circumstances of their loved one's death.'

Journal of Law and Medicine

'[This] substantial tome is a thorough and well-researched piece of work. It is unpretentiously written and very practical.'

Independent Lawyer

'If you have ever thought about representing a family at an inquest then this book is a must.'

Phillip Taylor MBE and Elizabeth Taylor

For practitioners involved in this sensitive area,
an understanding of case law and theory is of course
important. But even more important is knowing what
to do when faced with the complexities of an inquest 
and this is where this book is especially helpful.

The full review can be read here

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