PUBLICATIONS

‘Churchill, Roosevelt and the Creation of the Allied Grand Strategy’
Review of lecture to the Gray’s Inn History Society by Professor Andrew Roberts (GRAYA number 130)

‘Psychiatrist & Lawyer – Total Incompatibility?’ (Springer – Verlag Berlin)

‘Adverse Drug Reactions: The legal implications of signal generation’ (WHO, Sweden)

‘The attitude of the Courts to Post Traumatic Stress Disorder’ (Personal & Medical Injuries Law Letter)

Zeebrugge: The Way Forward’ (Law Society’s Gazette)

‘The Medical & Legal Traumas of Disasters’ (Medico-Legal Journal)

‘Hit and myth damage cases’ (The Times)

‘For many, English Rule impedes access to justice’ (Wall Street Journal)

‘Group litigation, past present and future’ (Nottingham Law Journal)

‘Costs after the Event’ – (New Law Journal)

The medical and legal response to post traumatic stress disorder’ (Choices and Decisions in Health Care – John Wiley & Sons)

‘European Perspectives for Practitioners’ (Chancery Law Publishers)

‘Medico-Legal Affairs’ (Personal Injury Law & Medical Review)

‘Now more can afford to go to law’ – (The Times)

‘Recovering Damages for Psychiatric Injury’ (Napier & Wheat, Blackstone Press)

‘Conditional Fees – A Survival Guide’ (Napier & Bawdon, Law Society Press)

‘Psychological Trauma, A Developmental Approach’ (Gaskell Publications, Royal College of Psychiatrists 1996, Napier & Wheat)

‘The Aftermath of Road Accidents: Psychological Social & Legal Perspectives’ (Routledge 1996, Napier & Wheat)

‘A good time to reform’ (The Times)

Editor in Chief ‘Litigation Funding’ (Law Society Press)

Blackstone’s Civil Practice, (chapter on costs) (Oxford University Press)

‘Conditional Fees – A Survival Guide’ (Joint Editor, Law Society Press, 2nd Edition)

Access to Justice: Funding Opinions & Proportionate Costs”, Civil Justice Council

‘Access to Justice: Alternative Funding Options’ (Civil Justice Council)

‘Access to Justice: Keeping the Doors Open’ (Gray’s Inn Reading at Barnard’s Inn, Gresham’s College)

‘Through the Looking Glass’ (Litigation Funding)

Improving access to justice through collective actions: developing a more efficient and effective procedure (Civil Justice Council)

Former member editorial board: Medical Law Review

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