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Health and Social Care Law and COVID-19 - Landmark Chambers

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Health and Social Care Law and COVID-19 - Landmark Chambers
Title:
Health and Social Care Law and COVID-19 - Landmark Chambers
When:
On demand
Where:
Online (on demand)
Categories:
Healthcare, Adult Social Services

Description

Landmark ChambersDavid Lock QC, Stephen Knafler QC and Leon Glenister discuss the effects of the coronavirus crisis on adult social care and explore the problems that arise in medical decision making when demand for respiratory services exceeds NHS capacity.

David Lock QC chairs and discusses medical decision making when demand for respiratory services exceeds NHS capacity, Stephen Knafler QC discusses Coronavirus & Adult Social Care and Leon Glenister asks "Who is who in the COVID-19 crisis?" in this webinar.

About the presenters

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David Lock QC

David Lock was called to the Bar in 1985 and made a QC in 2011. He has appeared in the Supreme Court (most recently in July 2018), the Court of Appeal on many occasions, the High Court, the County Court, the Court of Protection, has drafted Parliamentary Bills and has advised individuals, companies and government bodies in a variety of international jurisdictions.

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Sarah Sutherland

 

 

 

 

 

 

Stephen Knafler QC

Stephen advises and represents individuals, public authorities, regulators and commercial operators, and is licensed to accept direct instructions by way of Public Access.

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Leon Glenister

Leon is a public and planning law specialist.

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Venue

Location:
Online (on demand)
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