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Duncan Lewis Solicitors

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Duncan Lewis Solicitors, Peter Wusu, Harrow, ENGLAND

Peter Wusu

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Duncan Lewis Solicitors

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Mental health.


Mental health consultant Peter Wusu represents clients detained under all sections of the Mental Health Act 1983 (as amended by the 2007 Act) as well as transferred/lifer prisoners under the Mental Health Act whose cases are referred to the Parole Board. He has experience assisting clients detained in conditions of maximum security. He assists and represents nearest relatives under the Act subject to displacement proceedings before the County Court, as well as advising them of their rights under the Act.

Additionally, Peter represents clients at First-tier Mental Health Tribunal Hearings and Hospital Managers Hearings as well as assisting at Care Program Approach and Section 117 Meetings.

Further to his mental health work, Peter has experience of assisting clients with issues arising from the Mental Capacity Act which includes applying to the Court of Protection for deputyship and Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards.

Peter regularly provides training to mental health professionals such as Mental Health Act administrators, psychiatrists, nurses, approved mental health act professionals, hospital managers and advocacy services.


Peter qualified as a solicitor in 2002. He was a partner-level director at Duncan Lewis from 2005 to 2017 and now works as a consultant.


Peter is a member of the Law Society Mental Health Review Tribunal Panel.


Peter completed the LPC and gained and LLB (Hons) from London Guildhall University.

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