Secretary of State for Justice v MM [2018] UKSC 60

The conditionally discharged patient and consent to deprivation of liberty – the Supreme Court speaks Today has seen a hotly anticipated judgement (for some of us), handed down by the Supreme Court. In a majority judgement, the court determined that even if a patient detained […]

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Lauren Crow takes home national award

Lauren Crow has received the prestigious Junior Lawyer of the Year award at the Law Society Excellence Awards. At a star studded event at Grosvenor House on Park Lane in London on 17 October 2018, solicitors from the UK and further afield and other professionals […]

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Female majority in the Supreme Court – Re D

In what will be an important and ground-breaking decision, the case of Re D was the subject of an appeal before the Supreme Court last week.  The case concerned D who is a 19-year-old male diagnosed with ADHD, Asperger’s and a learning disability.  However, the […]

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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, […]

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