Law Book Review: Disabled Children A LEGAL HANDBOOK

Disabled Children A LEGAL HANDBOOK

Book Title: Disabled Children: A LEGAL HANDBOOK

Author: Steve Broach
Author:Luke Clements
Author:Janet Read
Paperback 576 pages
ISBN-10 190840700X
ISBN-13 978-1908407009
Product Dimensions 15 x 5 x 21 cm
Customer Reviews 4.8 out of 5 stars 7Reviews
Publisher Legal Action Group; 2nd Revised edition (23 Dec. 2015)
Language: English
Price: NGN 10,000
Best Sellers Rank 601,769 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
6,805 in Law (Books)
27,520 in Government & Politics


Product Description
A comprehensive and accessible book focusing on the law affecting disabled children and their families in England and Wales. It gives authoritative legal guidance on all the duties and responsibilities of public bodies towards this vulnerable group of children.


‘The book appeals because it looks at its subject matter holistically, considering not only the legal framework relating to disabled children, but the broader social context drawing on real life expertise of disabled children and their families and research that highlights the common problems they experience. As a result, the book has focus, concentrating not on abstract considerations, but on relevant and essential information on how the law can assist disabled children and their families.’ –Law Society Gazette

About the Author

Steve Broach is a barrister at Monckton Chambers, London, specialising in cases involving children, disabled adults and other vulnerable people. Prior to becoming a barrister, Steve held senior voluntary sector roles at the National Autistic Society, TreeHouse (the national charity for autism education) and most recently as campaign manager of the Every Disabled Child Matters campaign. Luke Clements is the Cerebra Professor of Law at Cardiff Law School where he is Director of the Centre for Health and Social Care Law. He is also a consultant solicitor specialising in public and human rights proceedings on behalf of socially excluded groups.Luke is a leading expert on UK community care law and the rights of disabled people, carers to social and health care support.Janet Read is an Associate Professor (Reader) Emeritus in the Institute of Health, University of Warwick and an Honorary Professor at Cardiff Law School. Her research and publications focus on the circumstances and rights of disabled childrenand adults and the development of effective services for them. ┬áDisabled Children A LEGAL HANDBOOK, Sold by Princess Legal Word – Law book sellers in Lagos
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