|R(Nicklinson) v MoJ; R(AM) v DPP  EWHC 2381 (Admin). It was for Parliament to decide whether to change the law on voluntary euthanasia and the court could not alter the common law to create a defence to murder by way of necessity in the case of voluntary euthanasia. As the House of Lords and the European Court of Human Rights had ruled that a blanket ban on assisted suicide was not incompatible with the European Convention on Human Rights art.8 the same had to apply to voluntary euthanasia.
|Williams v. Ystrad Mynach College  EqLR 89 - acted for a Claimant suffering from hydrocephalus in a successful claim for unfair dismissal and disability discrimination.
||for the Claimant|
|Ludwig v (1) Oxford Radcliffe Hospitals NHS Trust (2) Gloucestershire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust  EWHC 96 (QB)
The Claimant failed to established that she suffered a brain injury as a result of the Defendants' negligent failure to treat an infection suffered by her mother at the the time of the her birth. It was not proved that her mother was suffering from an infection. Even if she had been, the evidence was inconclusive as to whether different management would have resulted in a different outcome.
|for the Defendants|