Tuesday, 24th March @ 9:00 am – 4:00 pm
Working in collaboration with No5 Chambers, this new training event from Brain Injury Group will provide delegates with an update on recent developments/decisions in the Court of Protection, considerations necessary when your client is going through transition and guidance on decision making.Delegates at our brain injury training events have commented:
- Excellent training on a very specific and relevant issue to our work
- Very interesting with excellent, knowledgeable speakers
- Informative, interesting – very well run course. Experts were specialists in their field and made the seminar very interesting.
Who is the Court of Protection training event for?
Court of Protection lawyers, case managers, therapists and other professionals who support those who are affected by the Court of Protection.
Accreditation from APIL Training (Litigator/Senior Litigator) applied for.
Agenda for this Court of Protection training event
– Transitioning – the expectations of the Court
Karen Jackson, Enable Law
– Transitioning – planning adaptations to a property
Kate Sheehan, The OT Service
– Transitioning – from education to social care
Jemma Garside, Boyes Turner LLP
– Transitioning – neuropsychological illustrations from expert witness and treatment cases
Dr Phil Moore, Medicolegal-Psychology-Neuropsychology Ltd
– Decision making – cases in which a Health & Welfare deputy may be appropriate
Ian Brownhill and Jake Rylatt – No5 Chambers
– Decision making – when a deputy should be referring an issue to the Court of Protection
Julie Burton, Penningtons Manches Cooper
– Decision making – canvassing wishes and feelings – a practical guide
Mandy Fairweather, Bush & Co