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Describes the concept of the relational self and its potential significance to the law.
1. The concept of the relational self; 2. Law and the vulnerable self; 3. Law and the caring self; 4. Law and the abused self; 5. Medical law and the relational self; 6. Family law and the relational self; 7. Criminal law and the relational self; 8. Concluding thoughts.
Jonathan Herring is a Fellow in Law at Exeter College, and Professor of Law at the Law Faculty, at the University of Oxford. He has written on family law, medical law, criminal law and legal issues surrounding care and old age. His books include: Vulnerability, Childhood and the Law (2018); Human Thriving and the Law (2018, with C. Foster); Medical Law and Ethics (2018); Criminal Law (2018); and Family Law (9th edition, forthcoming).