Due to the private nature of cases in the Court of Protection, the reasoning of the court is often not made available to the public. This has led to it having a reputation as being faceless and secretive. However, as the court hears more than 23,000 diverse cases a year it is an area that practitioners need to keep abreast of, with an increasing body of case law relating to both welfare and financial issues.
This comprehensive conference will reveal one of the most hidden corners of the British Justice System.
Alex Ruck-Keene and Fenella Morris of Thirty Nine Essex Street will be appearing as expert speakers.