466 Book Reviews / European Journal of Health Law 18 (2011) 461-468 Andrew Grubb, Judith Laing and Jean McHale (eds.), Principles of Medical Law, 3rd edition. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010. ISBN: 978-0199544400, 1584 pp. Principles of Medical Law is now in its third edition, the last having being pub- lished some six years previously. The editor, Andrew Grubb, a judge of the Upper Tribunal and a visiting professor at Cardiff Law School, has been joined on the editorial board by Judith Laing, a senior lecturer at the School of Law of the University of Bristol, and Professor Jean McHale, Professor of Healthcare Law and Director of the Institute of Medical Law at Birmingham University. Professor Sir Ian Kennedy remains linked to the Principles of Medical Law series as a con- sultant editor. This comprehensive text brings together over 20 experts, legal academics and practitioners, in the field of medical and healthcare law who have all contributed a chapter on the fast paced and ever changing landscape of medical law. Since publication of the second edition in 2004 there have been a number of major legislative changes affecting the interface between law and medicine. The Mental Capacity Act
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