Wrongful acts in Social Work Malpractice


Wrongful acts in Social Work Malpractice.

  • Treatment without proper consent
  • Incorrect treatment /improper diagnosis

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This entry was posted in Care Proceedings, Care Proceedings, Child Welfare, Children Council, District Judge Karen Venables, Family Law, Foster Care, His Honour Judge Waine, Increase Transparency in the Family Courts, Information, Justice Lord Ward, Parental Rights, President of the Family Division, Private Law, Public Law, Secret family courts, Sir Nicholas Wall, Social Work and tagged . Bookmark the permalink.

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