MJC Law goes live

Conor Maguire, Kate Jackson and Lauren Crow have established MJC Law.

MJC Law provides expert services in representing patients detained in hospital under the Mental Health Act, advice about community care provision and representation before the Court of Protection in personal welfare matters.

Conor Maguire, Managing Director comments “We are delighted to set up our own practice. Mental health and mental capacity law is an ever growing and developing area of work in England and Wales. We are all dedicated to helping vulnerable individuals and we are really excited about establishing a firm where that can be our sole focus”.

MJC Law opens at a time where cuts to social care funding and mental health provision is increasingly coming under the spotlight. Director and Nottinghamshire Law Society Solicitor of the Year 2018, Lauren Crow, says “this sort of work is so important. There continue to be funding cuts to essential services and if that is taken with the ageing population, the work we do is becoming ever more relevant. It is vital that individuals and their families have access to quality legal advice from experienced solicitors to navigate the complexities of the law in these areas”.

Turning to the firm’s ambitions for the future, Director, and mental health and Court of Protection expert, Kate Jackson says “our plans are to establish a secure foundation from which to grow the practice in the future, without compromising quality, client care or the delivery of a personable service to our clients.”

MJC Law has offices in Nottingham and Leeds but the firm will have nationwide coverage, and has been awarded legal aid contracts in the categories of mental health and community care.

Conor Maguire, Lauren Crow and Kate Jackson, Directors of MJC Law

From left to right: Conor Maguire, Lauren Crow and Kate Jackson, Directors of MJC Law