Annual Mental Health Law Conference – 8th October 2015

RadcliffesLeBrasseur invite you to its latest annual conference on Mental Health Law. The conference will review recent developments in mental health law and some of the current issues in this changing field. Why attend this Conference? Mental Health Law engages important issues of…

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