Sophie Beesley and Emily Skinner have contributed to an article published by Farrer & Co on Tuesday 26th January entitled “Bell v Tavistock: what does the judgment mean for organisations working with trans and gender questioning children?” written by Katie Fudakowski and Chloe Westerman.
On 1 December 2020 the High Court handed down the important judgment that has significantly changed how and when the NHS (and by extension private practices) can prescribe puberty blockers (PB) to children with gender dysphoria.
You can view the full article here.
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