DNA testing: Time for change?

Chris Bryden and Jennifer Lanigan argue that the inconsistent approach to DNA samples held by non-medical organisations requires reform The High Court has inherent jurisdiction to direct posthumous paternity testing against existing DNA samples taken in life. It is trite to state that the establishment of paternity will often be of immense importance to an …
This post is only available to members.

Cases Referenced

  • Anderson v Spencer [2018] EWCA Civ 100
  • S and Marper v UK [2008] ECHR 1581