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The legal implications of dementia in the workplace

Journal Article
Egdell, V., Stavert, J., & McGregor, R. (2017)
The legal implications of dementia in the workplace. Ageing and society, 1-16. https://doi.org/10.1017/S0144686X17000642
Dementia is a growing issue in the United Kingdom (UK) with over 800,000 people affected. Of these people in excess of 40,000 are aged under 65 years. Thus, a significant numb...

Supported Decision-Making: Good Practice Guide

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Stavert, J. (2016)
Supported Decision-Making: Good Practice Guide. Mental Welfare Commission for Scotland
Supported decision-making maximizes an individual's ability to ensure that their rights, will and preferences are at the centre of all decisions that concern them...

Deprivation of Liberty and Persons with Incapacity: The Cheshire West Ruling

Journal Article
Stavert, J. (2015)
Deprivation of Liberty and Persons with Incapacity: The Cheshire West Ruling. Edinburgh Law Review, 19(1), 129-134. https://doi.org/10.3366/elr.2015.0257
No abstract available.

Addendum post-Cheshire West - Deprivation of liberty and adults with incapacity: A Scottish Perspective.

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Stavert, J. (2014)
Addendum post-Cheshire West - Deprivation of liberty and adults with incapacity: A Scottish Perspective. Mental Capacity Law Newsletter, 45,

Substituted decision makers and the interaction between the Adults with Incapacity (Scotland) Act 2000 and Mental Health (Care and Treatment)(Scotland) Act 2003

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Stavert, J. (2014)
Substituted decision makers and the interaction between the Adults with Incapacity (Scotland) Act 2000 and Mental Health (Care and Treatment)(Scotland) Act 2003. Mental Capacity Law Newsletter, 42, 29-31
It is sometimes the case that separate pieces of legislation which, in some respects, cover similar issues, produce anomalies. This would appear to be the case with the Adults...

Deprivation of liberty and adults with incapacity: A Scottish Perspective

Journal Article
Stavert, J. (2014)
Deprivation of liberty and adults with incapacity: A Scottish Perspective. Mental Capacity Law Newsletter, 41,
No abstract available.

Added Value: Using Human Rights to Support Psychiatric Advance Statements

Journal Article
Stavert, J. (2013)
Added Value: Using Human Rights to Support Psychiatric Advance Statements. Edinburgh Law Review, 17(2), 210-223. https://doi.org/10.3366/elr.2013.0155
Patient autonomy, regarded as a fundamental principle underlying medical ethics,1 is reinforced by numerous international instruments. Integral to this is advance treatment pl...

The right to life, and to proper inquiries on death: A human rights perspective on the investigation of deaths of psychiatric patients in Scotland?

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Patrick, H., Stavert, J., & Malcolm, J. (2012)
The right to life, and to proper inquiries on death: A human rights perspective on the investigation of deaths of psychiatric patients in Scotland?. Juridical Review, 1, 51
No abstract available.

Accessing and maintaining legal representation for persons with mental disorder

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Stavert, J. (2010)
Accessing and maintaining legal representation for persons with mental disorder. SCOLAG : Scottish Legal Action Group bulletin, 393, 143
It is vital that a person with mental disorder has equal access to the law without discrimination, whether or not they have capacity. This article examines issues relating to ...

United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities: Possible implications for Scotland for persons with mental disorder

Journal Article
Stavert, J. (2009)
United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities: Possible implications for Scotland for persons with mental disorder. Green's Scottish Human Rights Journal, 47, 2
The UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Dis­abilities ("CRPD") and its Optional Protocol1 came into force on May 3,2008 and the UK government ratified them on June 8, ...