"The article on NHS responsibilities to provide home respite care was v useful - enabled us to convince our PCT that they, and not us, had to fund home care services"
Team Leader, Local Authority Disabled Children's Services Team
Samples of the following journals are available for download in PDF format:
- Social Care Law Today (March 2011, includes analysis of recent case law on 'shaken baby' prosecutions)
- The Mental Health Review (April 2011, includes analysis of hospitals' obligations to provide information to patients about Tribunal applications)
- The Journal of Community Care Law (March 2011, includes guide to the new Right to Control regulations for England)
- Housing & Property Law Review (December 2010, over 25 recent cases digested)
- Journal of Welfare Benefits Law (March 2011, includes round-up of latest Employment & Support Allowance case law)
All our Journals are presented in a similar style, incorporating a "key practice points" box within each article and web links to source documentation They are all fully indexed every six months and so build into indispensable practitioners' encyclopaedias about the sectors they deal with.
All our journals cost the same for an annual subscription (10 issues): £165 for private and public organisations and £99 for charitable organisations and private individuals. To download an order form click here, to subscribe online click here, or here to send us an e-mail setting out your order.
Social Care Law Today analyses the major developments across all social care sectors. It is designed for readers who require an overview of all major social care legal developments.
Our other journals are designed for practitioners working in the areas they cover. They provide practical analysis of all relevant developments including:
- primary legislation
- case law (including decisions of the European Court of Human Rights, the Social Security Commissioners and the Care Standards Tribunal)
- progress of Bills through Parliament
- reports of Parliamentary debates and questions
- secondary legislation (at the consultation and implementation stages)
- central government's guidance (at the consultation and implementation stages, including National Assembly guidance in Wales)
- Ombudsman decisions
- official best practice reports (including Best Value and joint review inspection reports)