The ‘rule of personal presence’

As part of our research project on Welfare Cases in the Court of Protection at Cardiff Law School, I’ve prepared a short briefing paper on a trend in international human rights law called the ‘rule of personal presence’, which is about involving the relevant person in proceedings that will have serious consequences for their personal lives.  You can read more about our research and the briefing over on our project website.  The briefing can be downloaded from here.

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