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7BR barristers have a wide range of experience of all aspects of the CoP, in particular in respect of welfare matters, issues around medical treatment and property and finances. Members also frequently act in approval hearings and matters in the CoP relating to settlements following high value negligence claims.
7BR represents and advises the Official Solicitor, NHS bodies, professional organisations and family members in proceedings of all kinds and at all levels.
Members also routinely advise clients in non-contentious circumstances, for instance with respect to aspects of the inherent jurisdiction and the Mental Capacity Act 2005, particularly since this is an evolving area of law. Members are often able to identify at an early stage where conflict may be avoided or minimised, and advise accordingly.
Many members of the team have a multi-disciplinary practice, meaning they are able to approach cases with additional expertise and experience gained through working in different courts, for example in the family courts or in clinical negligence cases. This means they are cognisant of the kinds of issues that may arise where they are parallel or related proceedings. Clients report that this adds real value to the service the team offer.
A number of 7BR members contribute regularly to conference and seminar programmes and are sought-after writers for articles and papers on topics within their particular specialisms.
7BR provides advice and representation within a wide range of CoP disputes.
7BR members also provide the following advice, representation and services.
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