Written by: Chris Stevenson
In the second of the “Meet the Players” series, Eddie Lloyd-Jones chaired this introductory seminar on Mental Health Review Tribunals and the Court of Protection.
Ros Dunning, solicitor and senior partner of Dunning & Co solicitors, is a member of the Law Society’s Mental Health Panel and also a Mental Health Review Tribunal judge. She spoke at the seminar, along with Chris Stevenson, barrister at FOURTEEN, whose specialisms include proceedings brought under the Mental Capacity Act 2005 in the Court of Protection.
Consideration of the extent to which monies held by a solicitor’s former practice would vest in the Solicitors Regulation Authority in the event of an intervention into the solicitor’s practice and the meaning of “practice” and “former practice” under the Solicitors Act 1974 Sch.1 Pt II.
We are delighted to feature prominently once again in the new edition of Chambers & Partners. Seven of our barristers, across all bands of call, are ranked individually for both children law and matrimonial finance work, whilst FOURTEEN as a set is ranked in Band 3 for Family: Children. The directory also reports extremely favourable feedback from clients in relation to our clerks' room, describing the service provided as "clerking as clerking should be". Congratulations to Sarah Forster (Band 2 for Children), Michael Glaser (Band 1 for Matrimonial Finance and Band 3 for Children), Camille Habboo (Band 3 for Children), Patricia Roberts (Band 4 for Matriominal Finance), Gillon Cameron (Band 3 for Matrimonial Finance and Band 4 for Children), Chris Miller (Band 4 for Children) and Phillip Blatchly (Band 4 for Matrimonial Finance), who are all ranked in this year's edition. For the full write-up, please click here