Joseph O’Brien opens the MCA Webinar Series 2021


March 4, 2021 | By Alison Kaye |

March 4, 2021 | By Alison Kaye |

Today our MCA Webinar Series began with a presentation from Joseph O’Brien, Barrister and Head of Court of Protection at St. John’s Buildings. Joseph kindly agreed to speak on the subject of Hillingdon, best capacity evidence and disclosure in Court of Protection proceedings.

We received a number of very positive comments from attendees during the webinar, as well as some excellent questions. If you missed the webinar, you can see a recording below. Recordings of all of the webinars in the series will appear here on the website in the coming weeks.

We’re extremely grateful to Joseph for being so generous with his time and giving such an insightful presentation to attendees.

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