Senior Judge Denzil Lush to speak at our Trusts and Court of Protection training day
Solicitors acting for vulnerable clients who face mental capacity issues are invited to attend a training day on Trusts and Deputyships featuring Senior Judge Denzil Lush.
Senior Judge at the Court of Protection Denzil Lush will discuss the latest developments in mental health law and share his experiences of the complexities of family interactions, including the roles of professionals and family members in dealing with vulnerable children and adults.
He will be joined by other experts who will cover a range of topics likely to affect the affairs of clients of personal injury, clinical negligence and private client teams. They include working effectively with Deputies and Trustees; the overlooked role of Trusts in damages awards; overcoming limited budgets; innovative home and lifestyle adaptations; case management and ‘safe care packages’; quality of life and the role of therapy.
The Trusts and Court of Protection Training Day is being run by Withy King. The firm’s Tracy Norris-Evans who is a personal injury and clinical negligence lawyer with over 20 years’ experience of conducting claims of maximum severity and James McNeile, a nationally-renowned trusts and tax specialist, are among the speakers.
The event is being held in Oxford on Thursday, 2 May, from 9.30am to 5pm. To book your place or for further information, please visit the event page on our website.