We are a department of highly experienced solicitors with over 40 years’ experience in representing people whom are detailed under the mental health act at mental health review tribunals (Wales) and First Tier Tribunals (in England). We also provide representation to challenge Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards (Dols) within the court of protection for Welfare and routinely represent family members and independent IMCA’s within this field. Our service focuses on client care and providing a high quality person centered approach.
Amy is a Partner at CJCH and has been specialising in Mental Health Law for over 8 years. Having been a Solicitor at CJCH for 4 years, she practices in the areas of Mental Health Law and Court of Protection for Welfare.
Keith is a Partner at CJCH having been with the firm for 4 years. He has over 25 years legal experience and has focused on Mental Health law for the last 18 years.
Pam is a Solicitor who joined CJCH in 2015 and has over a decade experience in legal matters relating to Mental Health.
Craig joined CJCH in 2014 and is a Law Society Accredited Mental Health Panel Member. He represents private clients, specialising in the area of Mental Health law.
Chris has been with CJCH since 2013, and is dedicated to the Mental Health practice of the firm.
Rebecca joined CJCH in 2017 and is a qualified, non-practicing, Barrister having qualified in 2005. She specialises in Mental Health Law and Court of Protection for Welfare.
Jodi is Head of Department for Family and Children Law and a partner at CJCH. She advises and represents both individual and corporate clients and with over 17 years experience, she specialises in a number of areas including Family Law, Public Sector and Mental Health Law.
John advises Private Clients in the areas of Wills & Probate, Power of Attorney, Deputyship, and Residential Conveyancing. Although specialising in Private Client services since 2013, he has been with CJCH since 2003, and has been a Qualified Solicitor since 2010.
Nerys is a Solicitor who has been assisting clients in Mental Health matters since 2011 and has been accredited by the Law Society to represent clients in Mental Health Tribunals since 2012. Nerys can offer assistance in English and Welsh.