The Academy of European Law’s conference on the rights of persons with disabilities (£)
I was invited to take part in a question-and-answer session, in which Dr Karine Caunes, the conference director at the ERA, asked me various questions about the extent to which the UNCRPD has permeated our law, practice and procedure relating to mental capacity. I have edited my verbal responses to include some written material that I had submitted to the ERA beforehand.
This article does not consider the broader way in which the expectations of the UNCRPD are being realised in the
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