Two days ago I published a short blog [“The Conjoined Twins case”], which was based on a talk I had given in Washington DC in 2005 to a group of senior judges from the common law world.
Here are four reflections on the Charlie Gard case.
In this Blog, I hope to include thoughts and memories at greater length than can be accommodated in a 140-letter Tweet.
I thought it might be interesting if I provided a wider circulation to this lecture I gave 12 years ago.
The Conjoined Twins case came to the Court of Appeal at the end of August 2000, just as Robert Walker and I were finishing a two-week stint of vacation duty.