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Series, Lucy, Fennell, Philip and Doughty, Julie 2017. Welfare cases in the Court of Protection: A statistical overview. [Project Report]. Cardiff: Cardiff University, School of Law and Politics.
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Series, Lucy, Fennell, Philip and Doughty, Julie 2017. The participation of P in welfare cases in the court of protection. [Project Report]. Cardiff: Cardiff University.
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Series, Lucy, Mercer, Adam, Mobbs, Katie, Walbridge, Abigail, Fennell, Philip and Doughty, Julie 2015. Local authorities and the Court of Protection's welfare jurisdiction in 2013–14. Elder Law 5 (1) , p. 114.

Series, Lucy, Mercer, Adam, Mobbs, Katie, Walbridge, Abigail, Fennell, Philip, Clements, Luke and Doughty, Julie 2015. Use of the Court of Protection's welfare jurisdiction by supervisory bodies in England and Wales. Cardiff: Cardiff Law School. Available at: http://sites.cardiff.ac.uk/wccop/research-report-o...
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Clements, Luke, Series, Lucy, Fennell, Philip and Doughty, Julie 2015. Transparency in the Court of Protection: report on a Roundtable. [Project Report]. Cardiff: Cardiff University. Available at: http://sites.cardiff.ac.uk/wccop/files/2015/04/Tra...
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Fennell, Philip William Hugh, Letts, Penny and Wilson, Jonathan 2013. Mental health tribunals: Law and practice. London: The Law Society.

Fennell, Philip William Hugh 2013. Sex offenders, consent to treatment, and the politics of risk. In: Harrison, Karen and Rainey, Bernadette eds. Wiley-Blackwell Handbook of Legal and Ethical Aspects of Sex Offender Treatment and Management, Chichester: Wiley-Blackwell, pp. 38-62. (10.1002/9781118314876.ch3)

Fennell, Philip William Hugh 2013. Controlling clinical power: therapy, discipline and punishment. In: Saks, Elyn ed. Restraint in Mental Health Care, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 1-65.

Fennell, Philip William Hugh 2012. Co-ordinating Deprivation of Liberty: Human Rights Turned Upside Down. Elder Law Journal 2 (1) , pp. 82-87.

Fennell, Philip William Hugh 2011. Mental Health: Law and Practice (2nd ed.). New Law Series, Bristol: Jordan Publishing.

Fennell, Philip William Hugh and Khaliq, Urfan 2011. Conflicting or complementary obligations? The UN Disability Rights Convention, the European Convention on Human Rights and English law. European Human Rights Law Review 2011 (6) , pp. 662-674.

Gostin, L., McHale, J., Fennell, Philip William Hugh, Mackay, R. D. and Bartlett, P., eds. 2010. Principles of Mental Health Law and Policy. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Fennell, Philip William Hugh 2010. Institutionalising the community: the codification of clinical authority and the limitations of rights based approaches. In: McSherry, Bernadette and Weller, Penelope eds. Rethinking Rights-Based Mental Health Laws, Oxford: Hart Publishing, pp. 13-50.

Fennell, Philip William Hugh 2008. Mental Disorder and Mental Health Law. In: Cane, Peter and Conaghan, Joannne eds. The New Oxford Companion to Law, Oxford Companions, Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 777-780.

Fennell, Philip William Hugh 2007. Mental health: the new law. New Law Series, Bristol: Jordan Publishing.

Fennell, Philip William Hugh 2006. Joint Committee on Human Rights: Note from the Specialist Adviser, Mental Health Bill.

Fennell, Philip 2005. Protection! protection! protection! deja vu all over again: the Government response to the Joint Parliamentary Scrutiny Committee. Journal of Mental Health Law (Nov) , pp. 110-122.

Fennell, Philip William Hugh 2005. Convention Compliance, Public Safety and the Social Inclusion of Mentally Disordered People. Journal of Law and Society 32 (1) , pp. 90-110. 10.1111/j.1467-6478.2005.316_1.x

Fennell, Philip William Hugh 2004. Medical law section. In: Rose, Craig ed. All England Law Reports Annual Review 2003, London: LexisNexis, pp. 293-326.

Fennell, Philip William Hugh 2004. The law and ethics of mental health nursing. In: Norman, Ian J. and Ryrie, Iain eds. The Art and Science of Mental Health Nursing: A Textbook of Principles and Practice, Maidenhead: Open University Press, pp. 154-180.

Fennell, Philip William Hugh 2003. Reducing rights in the name of convention compliance: Mental health law reform and the new human rights agenda. Cardiff: Cardiff Centre for Ethics, Law and Society (CCELS), Cardiff University. Available at: http://www.ccels.cf.ac.uk/archives/publications/20...

Fennell, Philip William Hugh 2003. Medical law section. In: Rose, Craig ed. All England Law Reports Annual Review 2002, London: LexisNexis, pp. 261-284.

Gostin, Larry O. and Fennell, Philip William Hugh 2003. Health: the healthcare system, therapeutic relationships and public health. In: Cane, Peter and Tushnet, Mark V. eds. The Oxford Handbook of Legal Studies, Oxford Handbooks, Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 435-455.

Fennell, Philip William Hugh, Harpwood, Vivienne H., Johnson, Howard, Lynn, Robert and Cobley, Catherine, eds. 2003. Butterworths medico-legal reports. London: Butterworths.

Fennell, Philip William Hugh, Harpwood, Vivienne H., Johnson, Howard, Lynn, Robert and Cobley, Catherine, eds. 2003. Butterworths medico-legal reports. London: Butterworths.

Fennell, Philip William Hugh, Harpwood, Vivienne H., Johnson, Howard, Lynn, Robert and Cobley, Catherine, eds. 2003. Butterworths medico-legal reports. London: Butterworths.

Fennell, Philip William Hugh, Harpwood, Vivienne H., Johnson, Howard, Lynn, Robert and Cobley, Catherine, eds. 2003. Butterworths medico-legal reports. London: Butterworths.

Fennell, Philip William Hugh, Harpwood, Vivienne H., Johnson, Howard, Lynn, Robert and Cobley, Catherine, eds. 2003. Butterworths medico-legal reports. London: Butterworths.

Fennell, Philip William Hugh and Yeates, V. 2002. To serve which master? Criminal justice policy, community care and the mentally disordered offender. In: Buchanan, Alec ed. Care of the Mentally Disordered Offender in the Community, Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 288-324.

Fennell, Philip William Hugh and Yeates, V. 2002. To serve which master? Criminal justice policy, community care and the mentally disordered offender. In: Buchanan, Alec ed. Care of the Mentally Disordered Offender in the Community, Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 288-324.

Fennell, Philip William Hugh 2002. Medical law section. In: Rose, Craig ed. All England Law Reports Annual Review 2001, London: LexisNexis, pp. 282-296.

Fennell, Philip William Hugh, Harpwood, Vivienne H., Johnson, Howard, Lynn, Robert and Cobley, Catherine, eds. 2002. Butterworths medico-legal reports. London: Butterworths.

Fennell, Philip William Hugh, Harpwood, Vivienne H., Johnson, Howard, Lynn, Robert and Cobley, Catherine, eds. 2002. Butterworths medico-legal reports. London: Butterworths.

Fennell, Philip William Hugh, Harpwood, Vivienne H., Johnson, Howard, Lynn, Robert and Cobley, Catherine, eds. 2002. Butterworths medico-legal reports. London: Butterworths.

Fennell, Philip William Hugh, Harpwood, Vivienne H., Johnson, Howard, Lynn, Robert and Cobley, Catherine, eds. 2002. Butterworths medico-legal reports. London: Butterworths.

Fennell, Philip William Hugh, Harpwood, Vivienne H., Johnson, Howard, Lynn, Robert and Cobley, Catherine, eds. 2002. Butterworths medico-legal reports. London: Butterworths.

Fennell, Philip William Hugh, Harpwood, Vivienne H., Johnson, Howard, Lynn, Robert and Cobley, Catherine, eds. 2002. Butterworths medico-legal reports. London: Butterworths.

Fennell, Philip William Hugh 2001. Radical risk management, mental health and criminal justice. In: Gray, Nicola S., Laing, Judith M. and Noaks, Lesley eds. Criminal Justice, Mental Health and the Politics of Risk, London, UK: Cavendish, pp. 69-98.

Fennell, Philip William Hugh 2001. Reforming the Mental Health Act 1983: joined up compulsion. Journal of Mental Health Law (June) , pp. 5-20.

Fennell, Philip William Hugh, Harpwood, Vivienne H., Johnson, Howard, Lynn, Robert and Cobley, Catherine, eds. 2001. Butterworths medico-legal reports. London: Butterworths.

Fennell, Philip William Hugh, Harpwood, Vivienne H., Johnson, Howard, Lynn, Robert and Cobley, Catherine, eds. 2001. Butterworths medico-legal reports. London: Butterworths.

Fennell, Philip William Hugh, Harpwood, Vivienne H., Johnson, Howard, Lynn, Robert and Cobley, Catherine, eds. 2001. Butterworths medico-legal reports. London: Butterworths.

Fennell, Philip William Hugh 2001. Medical law section. In: Rose, Craig ed. All England Law Reports Annual Review 2000, London: LexisNexis, pp. 271-294.

Fennell, Philip William Hugh, Harpwood, Vivienne H., Johnson, Howard, Lynn, Robert and Cobley, Catherine, eds. 2001. Butterworths medico-legal reports. London: Butterworths.

Fennell, Philip William Hugh, Harpwood, Vivienne H., Johnson, Howard, Lynn, Robert and Cobley, Catherine, eds. 2001. Butterworths medico-legal reports. London: Butterworths.

Fennell, Philip William Hugh, Harpwood, Vivienne H., Johnson, Howard, Lynn, Robert and Cobley, Catherine, eds. 2001. Butterworths medico-legal reports. London: Butterworths.

Fennell, Philip William Hugh 2001. Mental health: detention by social worker and doctors following discharge by mental health review tribunal. Medical Law Review 9 (2) , pp. 176-180. 10.1093/medlaw/9.2.176

Fennell, Philip William Hugh 2001. Mental health: health and social services authorities' duties to provide after care needed to implement tribunal discharge decision. Medical Law Review 9 (2) , pp. 180-184. 10.1093/medlaw/9.2.180

Fennell, Philip William Hugh 2001. General Medical Council: complaints procedures. Medical Law Review 9 (1) , pp. 57-63. 10.1093/medlaw/9.1.57

Fennell, Philip William Hugh 2000. Informed consent and clincal research in psychiatry. In: Doyal, Len and Tobias, Jeffrey eds. Informed Consent in Medical Research, London: BMJ Books, pp. 182-192.

Fennell, Philip William Hugh, Harpwood, Vivienne H., Johnson, Howard, Lynn, Robert and Cobley, Catherine, eds. 2000. Butterworths medico-legal reports. London: Butterworths.

Fennell, Philip William Hugh 2000. Medical law section. In: Vandridge-Ames, Caroline ed. All England Law Reports Annual Review 1999, London: Butterworths, pp. 252-272.

Fennell, Philip William Hugh 1999. Medical law section. In: Vandridge-Ames, Caroline ed. All England Law Reports Annual Review 1998, London: Butterworths, pp. 297-329.

Fennell, Philip William Hugh 1998. Medical law section. In: Vandridge-Ames, Caroline ed. All England Law Reports Annual Review 1997, London: Butterworths, pp. 301-335.

Fennell, Philip William Hugh 1997. Medical law section. In: Vandridge-Ames, Caroline ed. All England Law Reports Annual Review 1996, London: Butterworths, pp. 294-314.

Fennell, Philip William Hugh 1996. Medical law section. In: Vandridge-Ames, Caroline ed. All England Law Reports Annual Review 1995, London: Butterworths, pp. 354-396.

Fennell, Philip William Hugh 1995. Medical law section. In: Vandridge-Ames, Caroline ed. All England Law Reports Annual Review 1994, London: Butterworths, pp. 275-302.

Fennell, Philip William Hugh 1994. Medical law section. In: Thomas, Sarah ed. All England Law Reports Annual Review 1993, London: Butterworths, pp. 292-311.

Fennell, Philip William Hugh, Harpwood, Vivienne H. and Ngwena, Charles 1993. Medical law section. In: Brown, Paul ed. All England Law Reports Annual Review 1992, London: Butterworths, pp. 285-313.

Fennell, Philip William Hugh, Harpwood, Vivienne H. and Ngwena, Charles 1992. Medical law section. In: Brown, Paul ed. All England Law Reports Annual Review 1991, London: Butterworths, pp. 231-257.

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