The Garden Court Chambers Court of Protection Team is pleased to present a half-day conference on how to make effective use of the Court of Protection in cross-practice cases.
|Date:||Wednesday 8 November 2023|
|Time:||1:30pm - 5.30pm (In-Person, followed by a drinks reception), 2pm - 5.30pm (Online)|
|Venue:||Chambers & Online|
|Areas of Law:||Court of Protection , Mental Health Law , Community Care Law , Education Law , Housing Law , Children Law , Family Law , Immigration Law , Immigration Detention, Asylum and Deportation , Immigration and Family Law Crossover , Administrative and Public Law|
Our Court of Protection (COP) practitioners have unique cross-practice expertise in community care, housing and homelessness, welfare benefits, immigration and asylum, mental health and family law with specialisms in education and child protection.
This COP conference will demonstrate how to make effective use of the Court of Protection and related jurisdictions of the High Court in complex cases, and is aimed at solicitors, paralegals, local authority lawyers, lawyers of public bodies, litigation friends, and court staff & users.
Attendees will gain an understanding of how issues of capacity and protected parties ability to make relevant decisions can arise, and how to make effective use of the Mental Capacity Act 2005 and the Court of Protection to resolve complex disputes within different jurisdictions.
- 1.30-2.00pm: Registration & Coffee
- 2.00 - 2.10pm: Welcome and Introduction
- 2.10 - 2.50pm: Supreme Court case of T, National Deprivation of Liberty Court v Court of Protection
- 2:50 – 3:15pm – Tea/Coffee & soft drinks break
- 3.15 - 4.05pm - Breakout sessions
- 4.05 - 4.20pm - Coffee Break
- 4.20 - 5.10pm - Breakout Sessions
- 5.10pm - 5.30pm – Closing and questions
- 5.30pm - Drinks reception
Reserve your online ticket
In-person tickets are fully booked. If you are unable to attend in-person but would like to attend online please specify on the booking form.