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GT Stewart Limited

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Warwick Norris

Work 020 8299 6000
GT Stewart Limited

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Community Care, Public Law and Court of Protection


Assistant Solicitor


Trained and qualified in 2014 at Maxwell Gillott Solicitors. Joined the GT Stewart community care, public law and Court of Protection team in 2015. Specialises in judicial review, human rights and Court of Protection welfare cases.


University of Hull (LLB Hons) and College of Law Bloomsbury (LPC)


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London: Private client

Court of protection

Within: Court of protection

The ‘calm’ Amy Butler at GT Stewart Limited can ‘handle anything that is thrown at her really well, has a good knowledge of mental health and social welfare issues and is realistic in assessing a case'. Butler does a substantial amount of work for the Official Solicitor and ‘is a confident litigator who works well with counsel and develops an excellent rapport with her clients’. Assistant solicitor Warwick Norris ‘combines both a strategic application of the law with also being able to work with the most traumatised and vulnerable clients with empathy and compassion’. Areas of expertise include advising clients who are deprived of their liberty and the human rights issues that flow from this in particular under Article 5 and 8 of the ECHR.

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