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Court of Protection – Leading juniors

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    • Abigail Bond - St John's ChambersFiery, quick and proactive.
    • Rebecca Stickler - Guildhall ChambersTechnically brilliant; her advice is always accurate, clear and helpful.
    • Emma Sutton - Serjeants' Inn ChambersClear and helpful advice provided at all times. Great technical skills in terms of written legal advice and orders and very helpful practical and tactical advice.
    • Alex Troup - St John's ChambersBold and tenacious, with a first-class analytical mind.

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Counsel at Guildhall Chambers have experience of dealing with deprivation of liberty matters, cases of alleged abuse and welfare matters, among other areas. Rebecca Stickler joined from No5 Barristers Chambers in December 2017.

In a standout matter for St John's Chambers, Abigail Bond and Alex Troup were instructed by different parties in a case regarding whether the legal test for the capacity to marry required the person involved to understand that the marriage would automatically revoke their will.

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