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COVID-19, Law, and & Regulation: Rights, Freedoms, and Obligations in a Pandemic

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posted on 2024-06-02, 14:43 authored by Belinda Bennett, Ian Freckelton, Gabrielle WolfGabrielle Wolf
AbstractCOVID-19, Law & Regulation: Rights, Freedoms, and Obligations in a Pandemic analyses legal and regulatory responses to the COVID-19 pandemic. It examines key examples of legal issues, legislation, cases, regulations, and regulatory policies that illustrate how the law has provided a framework for responding to the public health, medical, social, and economic ramifications of this pandemic. The book draws on international examples and literature with a particular focus on common law countries, including the United Kingdom, the United States, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand but also refers to key European jurisprudence. The book considers lessons that can be learned from the responses to the COVID-19 pandemic, developing new insights into and understandings of the important role that law can play in addressing future public health emergencies.

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9780192896742

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0192896741

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English

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A1 Books - authored - research

Number of chapters

13

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Oxford University Press

Place of publication

Oxford, Eng.

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