TMI Seminar – James Bogle – Law and Medical Ethics: End of Life Care Pathways After the Neuberger Report
30 April 2014
The speaker will consider the legal and bioethical situation as regards end of life care pathways following publication in July 2013 of the government’s independent review of the Liverpool Care Pathway chaired by Baroness Neuberger.
James Bogle, TD, MA, ACIArb, is a barrister practising at 10 Kings Bench Walk, Inner Temple, where he is Deputy Head of Chambers. His practice embraces medical law and medico-legal issues, clinical negligence, personal injury, public law, capacity and other areas of chancery work. He is co-author of Law and Medical Ethics (Blackwell-Wiley). He is Vice-Chairman (formerly Chairman) of the Catholic Union of Great Britain. Since 1995 he has been advising on mental capacity proposals that resulted in the Mental Capacity Act 2005.
If you are interested in attending please contact Piers Tattersall (piers.tattersall@ThomasMoreInstitute.org.uk) to receive an invitation.