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Jacqueline Thomas QC speaks as part of the MCA Webinar Series 2021

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March 5, 2021 | By Alison Kaye |

March 5, 2021 | By Alison Kaye |

Yesterday, Jacqueline Thomas QC – Barrister & Joint Head of Chambers at Spire Barristers – kindly joined us as a guest speaker for the MCA Webinar Series 2021. We are extremely grateful to Jacqueline who rightly received some excellent feedback from attendees during and after the webinar. She was very generous with her time and the quality of her presentation demonstrated the great expertise she brings to anyone with an interest in Mental Capacity Law.

Jacqueline spoke on the subject of “Transitions for young people to adult social care”. A number of people have already been in touch requesting copies of the slides or a recording of the webinar. I’m pleased to say that her presentation slides and a recording of the webinar can now be seen below, which I hope you will find useful.

Download the presentation slides (pdf)

More about the MCA Webinar Series 2021

Our ‘Annual Review of the Mental Capacity Act’ conference has grown in popularity in recent years and normally attracts over 300 attendees. Due to the pandemic, we were unable to hold a 2020 event and decided to hold this webinar series for 2021. Our aim is to bring you the same great content from some of the leading minds in Mental Capacity Law, in a safe and appropriate format.

We hope to return to holding live conferences again in future but we’re very aware that webinars have grown rapidly in the last year or so. In the future I think it’s more than likely that we will run live events and webinars to share this specialist knowledge across a range of formats.

If you’d like to receive email updates about our events, webinars and training for Mental Capacity Law specialists, you can sign up here.

Alison Kaye

Alison is an experienced specialist in Court of Protection matters. As a director of Switalskis, she oversees our combined Court of Protection & Mental Health department. Alison's profile