10 Jul 2019
PUBLISHING 10 July 2019
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Reviews of the first edition:
‘An invaluable summary of the legislative context … a huge range of topics … The book exudes learning based on practical experience in the day to day work of a legal practitioner in this field … This is likely to become one of ‘must have’ texts for community care practitioners.’ Karen Ashton, Elder Law Journal
‘By adding the extracts from key legislation and guidance to the case summaries, together with succinct overviews of the provisions, he has managed to pull together an incredibly useful resource for anyone practising in the area. … Throughout the book, the fruits of careful editorial decisions shine through and reflect Stephen Knafler’s huge expertise in the area.’ Alex Ruck Keene, Mental Capacity Law and Policy
‘[This] is an excellent book … whilst good for people coming new to the subject is also of use to seasoned practitioners. Someone with a basic grasp could spend a day with a chapter in this book and come over almost expert on the subject.’ Local authority solicitor
Adult Social Care Law is an indispensable resource for all those advising people needing care and support through the overlapping web of legislation, guidance and case-law that makes up the complex field of adult social care law.
This second edition of Adult Social Care Law includes over 700 of the most significant domestic and European cases that form the basis of adult social care law and many other cases in overlapping areas such as the NHS, mental health, housing, welfare benefits and support for asylum-seekers and persons from abroad.
The case summaries are presented with a succinct headnote, a clear outline of facts and a summary of the judgment - often with extensive citations. But this is not just a casebook, each chapter begins with a comprehensive overview of the legal framework of legislation and latest guidance.
•Public Sector Equality Duty
•Service provision decisions
•Ordinary residence and local authority responsibility
•Care home and other closures
•Housing and community care
•Learning disability and autism
•Mental capacity and safeguarding
Stephen Knafler QC is the editor of the Community Care Law Reports and has appeared in many leading cases in the High Court, Court of Appeal, the Supreme Court, the Court of Justice of the European Union and the European Court of Human Rights. A team of contributors from Landmark Chambers and Garden Court Chambers bring their expertise to specific areas of law.
Adult Social Care Law is essential reading for lawyers, advisers, carers, health and social care professionals, local authorities and regulators.