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Brayne & Carr: Law for Social Workers 12e

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    • Interactive guide to the textbook

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  • Student resources

    • Further reading

      Suggested sources for more information on the topics covered in each chapter are provided, to help you in your studies
    • Glossary

      The law contains a lot of jargon. Check your knowledge with an alphabetical list of glossary terms and a series of interactive flashcards
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    • Updates

      Covering developments on recent cases and legislation
    • Court skills and advice

      Video footage and checklists from Michael Griffith-Jones, a qualified social worker and trainer
    • Human rights video discussion

      Social worker Leon Taylor discusses the impact of the Human Rights Act on social work
    • Developments in Welsh social care

      Updates to the law relevant to social work students and professionals practising in Wales

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    • Lecture outlines

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