The Court of Protection is able to make decisions on behalf of a person who lacks capacity and so, one of the first things the court must consider in proceedings is whether or not the person in question has capacity or not. At the point of the case...
Our civil liberties and public law solicitors have been involved in a substantial number of high profile cases which have led to changes in the law over the last 10 years.
We have a wealth of experience in cases ranging from making written representations to organisations, representation at tribunals or other hearings and subsequent challenges to public body decisions in the High Court through to the Supreme Court and the European Court of Human Rights.
The team have been specialising in judicial review for over fifteen years and are nationally recognised as specialists in this area with excellent connections to leading barristers’ chambers. You can have confidence that your case will be handled efficiently and with regular updates in what can be a very fast paced area of law.