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Annual Public Lecture from the Centre for Law, Medicine and Life Sciences
When Feb 05, 2016
from 05:00 PM to 06:00 PM
Where LG18 Law Faculty, Sidgwick Site
Attendees All welcome. Registration as above.
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Friday 5th February 2016


James Badenoch QC


Montgomery: a dramatic change in the law on patient consent?”

The Centre for Law, Medicine and Life Sciences invites you to attend a public lecture on the UK Supreme Court’s decision in Montgomery v Lanarkshire Health Board concerning duties of disclosure and consent in a medical context. James Badenoch QC appeared as counsel for the successful appellant.

The lecture will be of interest to those working in law, medicine, medical ethics and related areas. All are welcome.

Time:         5 - 6pm; followed by Q & A; and a drinks reception.

Location:   Room LG 18, Faculty of Law, University of Cambridge, West Road, CB3 9DZ.  

Tickets:      Admission is free but please register for the lecture at

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