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No5 Barristers' Chambers

Court of Protection: Health & Welfare

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No5 Barristers' Chambers offers expertise in a wide range of health and welfare matters. Members are experienced in the handling of complex residence, forced marriage, deprivation of liberty and capacity to consent to sexual relations cases. The set's barristers are regularly instructed to act on behalf of the Official Solicitor, the Office of the Public Guardian, local authorities and health bodies, as well as vulnerable individuals and their families.

Client service:

"The clerks are responsive and always available to help either on the phone or via email." "The clerks are great - very friendly, good at finding someone for you and can pull things together at short notice when needed." Abdul Hafeez is the practice director for the public law group.

Strengths:

Keri Tayler
Keri Tayler regularly appears in the Court of Protection in health and welfare matters, including complex cases involving mental health, sexual relations and forced marriage. She acts for local authorities, families and relevant person's representatives, and is frequently instructed by the Official Solicitor.
"Very approachable and pragmatic."
Recent work: Instructed in proceedings relating to an application by the local authority for the authorisation of JB's deprivation of liberty and for the court to consider where JB should live once he left his current placement.

Court of Protection: Health & Welfare

No5 Barristers' Chambers

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Location

Fountain Court

Steelhouse Lane

Birmingham

West Midlands

UK

B4 6DR

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Keri Tayler
Band 3