Community Care Law Reports

Editor-in-chief: Richard Gordon QC
General editor: Stephen Knafler QC 

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ISSN:  1460-9169

One year annual subscription 2017: £340

… a welcome addition to all concerned about community care provision … I have just persuaded my own university library to take out a subscription … Journal of Social Welfare and Family Law

… helpful for the busy high street practitioner and expert alike. Family Law

In the words of Lord Woolf MR, it will soon become an “indispensable tool” for those practising and learning in this field. The Law Teacher

Community Care Law Reports (CCLR) is the only law reports service devoted entirely to community care issues. Launched in December 1997, it provides high quality, authoritative and comprehensive coverage of cases relating to all aspects of community care law, as well as being a more general information resource for those working in community care. Published on a quarterly basis and compiled by an experienced and professional editorial team, each issue of Community Care Law Reports contains:

  • editorial review – a round-up placing the reported cases in their legal context
  • community care law update – a review of recently decided cases, including information about the kinds of cases where leave to move for judicial review has been granted or refused, plus important developments, such as new legislation and guidance
  • law reports – the cases that shape the law; full text judgments prefaced by clear headnotes outlining the issues, facts and decisions of the courts
  • cumulative tables – covering cases, statutes, statutory instruments, circulars and guidance referred to and reported in the reports

The Community Care Law Reports will be an essential reference source for the following:

  • solicitors and barristers
  • local authorities
  • health authorities
  • law libraries
  • care, disability and mental health organisations

Community care law update editor: Stephen Cragg QC, barrister

Editors: Christopher Baker, Tim Baldwin, Stephen Broach, Bethan Harris, Stephen Simblet, barristers

Editorial advisory board: Christopher Baker, barrister; Paul Bowen QC, barrister; Simon Bull, borough solicitor; Luke Clements, solicitor; Jean Gould, solicitor and consultant; Nicola Mackintosh QC, solicitor;  Kate Markus QC, judge, Upper Tribunal, Sophy Miles, barrister; Camilla Parker, solicitor; Paul Ridge, solicitor; Lucy Scott-Moncrieff, solicitor

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