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Environment, Transport & Planning Law. Social Security & Welfare Law. Social Work and the Law. Paperback. By (author) Stuart Vernon. Detailed case studies and exercises are included to help students consolidate legal information within a context of social work practice and encourage the creation of their own information and reference materials. Format Paperback 400 pages.

Authors: Vernon, Stuart. Additional Product Features. Place of Publication. Title: Social Work and the Law. Publisher: Butterworths Law. Binding: Paperback.

In This Article Social Work and the Law. Introduction. Laws also govern many relationships of interest to social work clients, including landlord/tenant, employer/employee, physician/patient, vendor/purchaser, spouse/spouse, and parent/child relationships.

Principal Lecturer in Law, University of East London

Principal Lecturer in Law, University of East London.

by Stuart Vernon (Author), etc. (Author), Robert Harris (Author), Caroline Ball (Author), Central Council for Education and Training in Social Work (Author) & 2 more.

Subjects: LawFormat: Paperback. Social Work and the Law,Stuart Vernon. Title: Social Work and the Law Item Condition: used item in a good condition. Publisher: Butterworths Law ISBN 13: 9780406014177. Author: Stuart Vernon ISBN 10: 0406014175. Will be clean, not soiled or stained.

Divergence between social work and the law is the shift in the perspective or priority of social work that occurred .

Divergence between social work and the law is the shift in the perspective or priority of social work that occurred during the 1930s. Preston-Shoot, Roberts & Vernon, 2001) As social work again renewed its relationship with law, social workers need to know a number of things about law. First is the manner that laws are made and passed since social workers are also advocates of any change or improvements needed in areas of law they are involved in. 5 pages, 2156 words. The Term Paper on Social Work Clients Workers Important.

law and social work? Second, can the law be used to promote practice . The interrelationship between social work and law is ill thought out and, with. Vernon (2001) quite rightly note that. historically the dominant character of English statute law has been. regulatory and procedural.

law and social work? Second, can the law be used to promote practice based on. the right to liberty? .

Vital for social work practitioners, the book is also an important resource for medical, legal, and criminal . the civil rights of the mentally ill and mentally impaired. the social work aspects of marriage, divorce, and annulment.

Vital for social work practitioners, the book is also an important resource for medical, legal, and criminal justice professionals, educators, and counselors. Social Work and the Law is a valuable guide for anyone dealing with: the assessment and treatment of criminal and juvenile justice populations. the termination of parental rights.

The new edition has been thoroughly revised and updated to incorporate the significant amount of new legislation governing this field, including the Disability Discrimination Act 1995, Carers (Recognition and Services) Act 1995, Mental Health (Patients in the Community) Act 1995, Education Act 1996, Community Care (Direct payments) Act 1996, Housing Act 1996, Family Law Act 1996 and the Protection from Harassment Act 1997.
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Administrative Law
Author: Stuart Vernon
ISBN: 0406894272
Category: Law
Subcategory: Administrative Law
Language: English
Publisher: Oxford University Press; 3 edition (February 17, 2005)
Pages: 460 pages