Blog Archive by Category

On this page, you will find a list of links to past blog posts arranged by category.

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Observations of Court of Protection Hearings

22nd October 2020: Where P should live by Bridget Penhale

14th October 2020: Influencing ‘best interests’ decisions: An eloquent incapacitious P by jenny Kitzinger

8th October 2020: Dementia, Cats and Football by Joe Lord

7th October 2020: A law graduate’s first experience of a COP (telephone) hearing by Emily Williscroft

7th October 2020: Observing as a GDL student in the (virtual) Court of Protection by Ella Fornsworth

6th October 2020: Amputation: A best interests decision for the surgeon by Carrie Hanman

6th October 2020: A Permissive Order For Amputation Contrary to P’s Wishes by Adam Tanner

1st October 2020: Applying to be a deputy in place of the court-appointed deputy by Alice Ferguson

29th September 2020: A Litigant in Person returns to the virtual court – Navigating Approaches to Care when Family and Local Authority Disagree – Part 2, One Week On by Hilary Paxton and Aalia Omar

28th September 2020: Advance Requests for Restraint and Compulsory Treatment by Celia Kitzinger

11th September 2020: Covert medication by Claire Martin and Alan Howarth

7th September 2020: Authorising restraint– an uneasy judicial decision by Matthew Timm

1st September 2020: Justice Delayed by Gill Loomes-Quinn

28th August 2020: “I have reached a clear conclusion that AB lacks capacity to decide whether or not she should be tube fed.” – Commentary on Judgment by Lily Wildman and Emma Christie

19th August: When P is in prison by Celia Kitzinger

19th August: Questions of Capacity by Louise Burrell

18th August 2020: A Patient with Severe and Enduring Anorexia Nervosa: The need for a declaration and the capacity to make a decision by Lily Wildman and Emma Christie

17th August 2020: Bearing Witness: Anorexia Nervosa and NG Feeding by Clare Fuller

14th August 2020: From Prison in Ireland to Care Home in England by Adam Tanner

13th August 2020: Accessing Open Justice: Our Experience by Emma Christie and Lily Wildman

12th August 2020: Should P’s ‘Litigation Friend’ instruct P’s lawyer to promote P’s wishes and leave ‘Best Interests’ decision-making to the judge? by Jenny Kitzinger

3rd August 2020: Addressing the Oral Judgment to the Person it Most Concerns by Celia Kitzinger

31st July 2020: Navigating Approaches to Care when Family and Local Authority Disagree by Hilary Paxton

29th July 2020: Over-ruling P’s Strong Wishes in a Best Interests Decision: Autonomy, Protection and P’s voice by Celia Kitzinger with Astral Heaven and Jenny Kitzinger

24th July 2020: A Stop-Start Hearing by David Haxon

22nd July 2020: Restrictions, Covid-19 and a Glass of Champagne by Jacqui Bond

17th July 2020: A Tale of Two Sisters by Kirsty Keywood

13th July Hunger Striking for his Identity: Autonomy, Capacity, and Justice by Celia Kitzinger and Others

10th July 2020: Till death do us depart… by George Julian

9th July 2020: Older People and Decision-Making in the Court of Protection – View from a Psychologist by Claire Martin

8th July 2020: Observing Court Hearings – Valuable Training for Solicitors by Natalie Matthews

6th July 2020: A Case Manager observes in the Court of Protection by Jackie Waggott

2nd July 2020: Protection versus Autonomy and Pragmatism versus Principle: A Balancing Act in the Court of Protection by Patrick

1st July 2020: Seven Perspectives on a Court of Protection hearing by Celia Kitzinger et al.

29th June 2020: Articulate, Eloquent and Passionate – but does P have the Mental Capacity to Make Decisions about Four Areas of her own Life? by David Thornicroft

24th June 2020: Capacity and Death in the Court of Protection by NB (with link to published judgment)

22nd June 2020: Person-Centred Decision Making in the Court of Protection by Sara Shorten

20th June 2020: Transparency in the Court of Protection by Patrick (with link to published judgment)

19th June 2020: Observing my First Court of Protection Hearing by Meriel Scott

18th June 2020: Seeing, Hearing, and Understanding Justice Being Done by Olwen Cockell

17th June 2020: One and a Half Remote Hearings by Upeka de Silva

Themed Posts and ‘Explainers’

21st October 2020: Ethical issues in restraining patients for dialysis by Jordan A. Parsons

13th October 2020: Costs and benefits of acting as expert witness in the Court of Protection by A Serious Brain Injury Case Manager

5th October 2020: How to use CourtServe by Celia Kitzinger

18th September 2020: The myths and mistakes of capacity and criminality by Ian Brownhill

3rd September 2020: Lasting Powers of Attorney: Preferences and Instructions by Heledd Wyn

17th August 2020: How to Find a Court of Protection Hearing to Observe by Celia Kitzinger

21st July 2020: Lived Experience and Professional Expertise as a Lawyer in the Court of Protection by Kirsty Stuart

15th July 2020: A Basic Guide to the Court of Protection by Alex Ruck Keene

14th July 2020: British Sign Language Interpretation in the Court of Protection by Tony Evans

7th July 2020: Who’s Who in the Court of Protection? by Tor Butler-Cole

30th June 2020: Embedding Open Justice Through a University Law Clinic by Jaime Lindsey

29th June 2020: Two weeks of Open Justice Court of Protection by Gill Loomes-Quinn and Celia Kitzinger

26th June 2020: Bundles and Bundles of Documents by Kyle Squire

23rd June 2020: Transparency Orders: Reflections of a Public Observer by Celia Kitzinger

18th June 2020: Making Transparency a Reality in the Court of Protection: A Rallying Call for Autistic Pride Day 2020 by Gill Loomes-Quinn

Project News

25th September 2020: New Hearing Feedback Form by Gill Loomes-Quinn and Celia Kitzinger

16th July 2020: NEWS: Gill Loomes-Quinn will be talking about the Project at the Mental Disability Law – Postgraduate and Early Career Researcher Seminar on Wednesday 22nd July by Gill Loomes-Quinn

20th July 2020: DRUM ROLL…Introducing our New Logo

15th June 2020: Welcome to our Blog! by Celia Kitzinger and Gill Loomes-Quinn

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