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A second, thoroughly revised and updated edition of the first ever guide to the legal aspects of AIDS. Written by experienced legal professionals, many of whom are advisers, or have advised, at the Terrence Higgins Trust in London. AIDS: A Guide to the Law provides clear, straightforward guidance through areas of the law affected by AIDS. Some of the most controversial and challenging topics are addressed including: Insurance, Housing, Employment, Children and young people, Immigration, Criminal Law The second edition accounts for legal changes, practices and experience from 1988 to August 1994, including two new chapters on children and young people and criminal law. Concise and accessible, AIDS: A Guide to the Law will be indispensible to health and social workers, counsellors, lawyers, welfare agency advisors and indeed anyone who needs a legal rights guide to AIDS. all based in London and have worked for Terrence Higgins Trust: Nigel Clarke, Solicitor; Timothy Costello, Solicitor; Wesley Gryk, Solicitor; Angus Hamilton, Solicitor;