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The role of the Legally Qualified Chair at the MPTS

Sally was appointed in July 2017 to sit as a Legally Qualified Chair of the MPTS. The MPTS was created as an independent Tribunal system, to hear cases of fitness to practice for the GMC. Those who sit as legal and lay members are independent of the GMC. The unique system of the MPTS takes some elements of Civil Court Procedure and some of Tribunal...
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High Court to consider the human rights implications of assisted suicide

Monday 17 th July 2017 sees the start in the High Court  of  Conway v Secretary of State for Justice, with Noel Conway challenging section 2 of the Suicide Act as being in breach of his rights under the Human Rights Act 1998 to an assisted suicide. Catherine Casserley of Cloisters Chambers is representing Not Dead Yet UK Ltd  an orga...
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