Skip to content


Court of Protection, Property & Affairs

Date: 28th March 2018, 08:00 to 09:30

Location: The Supreme Court of the United Kingdom, Parliament Square, London, SW1P 3BD

Our expert barristers held two thought provoking breakfast briefings as we analysed some of the most topical and important Court of Protection issues.

 First Breakfast Briefing:

 The impact of P’s morality and beliefs on best interests

ADS v DSM & others [2017] EWCOP 8 – where do we go from here?

  • Can P be immoral?
  • Assessing P’s beliefs
  • The impact of P’s beliefs on best interest
Chair Richard Dew
Speaker Leon Pickering
Speaker Naomi Winston

8.00am                                                 Registration and breakfast

8.30am                                                 Briefing

9.15am                                                 Q & A

9.30am                                                 Closing remarks, followed by coffee and tea

This event was free of charge.

Places will be allocated on a first come basis.


Second Breakfast Briefing:           Wednesday 4th July 2018

Trusts and the Court of Protection:
Lifetime settlements
Discretionary trusts – when are they appropriate?
Letters of wishes – jurisdiction and appropriateness
Should P retain the power to appoint new trustees?

Chair Philip Jenkins
Speaker Georgia Bedworth
Speaker Richard Dew

 Both Breakfast Briefings were hosted at The Supreme Court of the United Kingdom, Parliament Square, London, SW1P 3BD

Naomi Winston Naomi Winston Call 2006 Georgia Bedworth Georgia Bedworth Call 2001 Philip Jenkins Philip Jenkins Call 2003 & Accredited Mediator Leon Pickering (retired) Leon Pickering (retired) Richard Dew Richard Dew Call 1999
Barrister Portfolio
Barristers / Name Call CV Email

Remove All

Click here to email this list of barristers to a colleague.