The International Protection of Adults
Edited by Richard Frimston, Alexander Ruck Keene, Claire van Overdijk, and Adrian Ward MBE
Reviews and Awards
"The authors and editors of this book have provided a text that must surely be regarded as the locus classicus of its subject in the English language. This book is an indispensable guide to this emerging area of law and is highly recommended." - Jonathan Fitchen, University of Aberdeen (International and Comparative Law Quarterly)
"The International Protection of Adults ... will be of use to anybody wanting a more in-depth analysis of a particular jurisdictions provisions for mental incapacity, as well as those who want detailed information about such cross-border issues as is covered by the provisions contained in Hague 35." - Laura Pritchard-Jones, Medical Law Review.
"Compliments must go to the authors for the excellent organisation of the work and for the concise, functional and practical approach to what are often very dense and thorny issues. This is a book aimed at helping the practitioner, but it is also an enriching one because of its 360 approach to the fascinating topic of adult protection, including its historical legal origins. This specialised book will no doubt become a core reference work for trust and estate practitioners and fills a significant existing void in the subject area." - Margaret O'Sullivan, Principal of O'Sullivan Estate Lawyers, Toronto
"As this is an expanding, as well as fascinating area of law, international lawyers, particularly those in private law, will no doubt regard this topical and timely book as an essential purchase." - Philip Taylor MBE & Elizabeth Taylor of Richmond Green Chambers