MJC Law are delighted to announce the addition of Lyndall Nicoll and Ross Peters to the team, who have joined the Firm as solicitors. Lyndall is based at the firm’s Leeds Office, and Ross is based at the Nottingham Office.
Lyndall studied Social Anthropology and International Relations at St Andrews University, before completing the Graduate Diploma in Law and Legal Practice Course at the College of Law in York. Lyndall has been practicing in the Court of Protection since 2018, and represents clients before the Mental Health Tribunal, subject to the Mental Health Act 1983. Lyndall also represents clients subject to Court of Protection proceedings, including assisting in personal welfare and deprivation of liberty applications.
Ross studied Law with French Law at the University of Warwick and the Université a Lille-Il Droit et Santé in Northern France. Throughout his legal studies, Ross developed a keen interest in public law and human rights, volunteering at the Citizens Advice Bureau, Nottinghamshire Refugee Forum, and the “Choose Love” campaign in the Calais refugee camp. Ross qualified as a Solicitor in August 2023 via the SQE route and is keen to develop his knowledge in Court of Protection personal welfare cases, and Community Care matters.
Lauren Crow, Solicitor and Director, says “We are delighted that Lyndall and Ross have chosen MJC Law as the next stepping stone in their careers and we look forward to seeing their development over the coming years. Their arrival also really extends our offering in all of our practice areas, providing services for some of the most vulnerable members of society.’’
The addition of Lyndall and Ross will aid MJC Law’s continued commitment to conducing publicly funded work at a top level, to achieve results that will benefit their clients, and provide opportunities for development to its employees.