Section 21A applications and interim declarations: The implications of DP v Hillingdon

 

Join the Kings Chambers team of specialist Court of Protection barristers to discuss DP v Hillingdon, a recent case which is already altering the way that s.21A Mental Capacity Act applications are conducted. 

Chaired by Sam Karim QC, a panel made up of Eliza SharronSophie AllenArianna Kelly, Aisling Campbell, and Sophie Hurst will be looking at the case in detail, with an eye on its practical implications and the further questions it raises. This 30-minute webinar will provide a summary of the case, and a discussion of what it means for s.21A applications in the Court of Protection, including:

  • interim declarations, and 
  • the lawful status of a person's detention while an application is pending before the court. 

 

Date:

21 Oct 2020

Venue:

Live & Interactive Digital Zoom Meeting



Registration:

5.00pm

Seminar ends:

5.30pm



Duration:

Approx 30 mins

Fee:

FREE



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