When supporting vulnerable clients, being up to date and aware of mental capacity law is a key requirement.
New entrants or returners to private client law are likely to find this podcast introducing mental capacity law a very useful listen.
In this podcast, Alex Ruck Keene discusses his experiences as a leading mental capacity barrister, academic and policy influencer, and his views on the future of mental capacity law.
This podcast runs for approximately 40mins.
- Alex Ruck Keene, barrister at 39 Essex Chambers
Alex Ruck Keene is a specialist barrister, policy influencer, academic and educator of mental capacity law. Alex has acted in landmark cases at the Supreme Court and as the legal adviser to the Independent Review of the Mental Health Act 1983.
Passionate about the promotion of better practice and knowledge of mental capacity law generally, Alex also founded the website Mental Capacity Law and Policy, bringing his expertise knowledge to the general public.