Laura Davidson publishes new article "Duty of Care: Inadquate Safety Nests?"

Fri, 19 Jul 2019

In her article, “Duty of care: Inadequate safety nets?”, New Law Journal, 168(7849): 11-12, 19 July 2019, Laura Davidson critiques the ECtHR's recent failures in Fernandes de Oliveira v Portugal [2019] ECHR 106 to (1) apply relevant case law establishing the state’s duty to take basic precautions to protect life pursuant to Article 2 of the ECHR, and (2) give reasons for distinguishing between different types of patients.  

https://www.newlawjournal.co.uk/content/duty-of-care-inadequate-safety-nets

 

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