Following the success of our Q&A panels during the Coronavirus pandemic, we are launching a free monthly Community Care Q&A panel focusing on topical issues in community care and mental capacity law for professional deputies and private client lawyers.
Cate Searle, Paula Jones and our Community Care Law team will present an interactive discussion based around case studies. Participants will be encouraged to bring their own casework examples, ask questions and join the discussion.
We have limited these Q&A sessions to 20 participants to ensure an interactive and engaging session. We will answer your questions and help you navigate the issues to obtain the best results for your clients.
Places are allocated on a first-come-first-serve basis and we will have a reserve list for the next sessions.
|1 – 2pm – Tuesday 19 January 2021||Section 117 Aftercare Funding||Book Now|
|1 – 2pm – Tuesday 23 February 2021||Welfare Benefits for Professional Deputies – Avoiding Errors and Pitfalls||Book Now|
Please RSVP and submit any questions you may have to our Community Care Law team. We are happy to attribute your question to you or deal with this anonymously if you prefer. You will also have an opportunity to ask further questions at our session.
If there are any topics that you would like to see addressed in future sessions, or if you have any other questions about these sessions, please contact email@example.com
“Cate Searle and Paula Jones have incredible depth of knowledge of all aspects of Community Care Law. They are friendly and approachable and very quick to respond to queries. They have supported my team on queries relating to deputyship work, Court of Protection and provision of care from the local authority to our clients considering issues relating to funding, needs assessments and best interests meetings.” – Client Testimonial for Legal 500