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Niall is Managing Partner of the Court of Protection and Public Law & Human Rights Teams within Irwin Mitchell. He has been with Irwin Mitchell for over 25 years.
In 2010, he took over as Head of Business & Private Client, and following a business reorganisation in 2011 became the Chief Executive of the Business Legal Services division. In November 2016 he returned to take over the management of the teams he originally established.
“The Charity of the Year initiative has been a fundamental part of our efforts to actively support the local communities where we are based for many years and we are proud to have helped a number of incredible causes along the way.
“Roundabout is a fantastic cause and we are already hard at work planning out the range of events which will be held across the year to raise vital funds to support the incredible work it does.”
“Our Court of Protection team across the country is the strongest and covers the widest regional area of any law firm. Our new recruits add to that strength in depth and will allow us to help even more people, particularly in the North West.
“We are ranked number one again this year by the independent legal guides and it is testament to the hard work of our Court of Protection team that we continue to be recognised as the market leader. We are delighted that Lucy, Damian and Gillian have decided to join us enhancing our expertise.
“Court of Protection work is very specialist and requires a sensitive touch as you are assisting vulnerable people day in day out. The work that our team carries out helps those without mental capacity to organise their day to day lives and works with case managers, asset managers, rehabilitation specialists and care workers to ensure they are able to live as independently as possible.”
"Like many other cities across the UK, the economy in Milton Keynes performed strongly in the second quarter of 2016. The political landscape however remains very uncertain and all eyes will no doubt be on how our city economies performed in the three months after the referendum result.”
“The economy rebounded compared to the slowdown that we saw in the first quarter of the year boosted by strongly performing services, manufacturing and production sectors. The political landscape however remains very uncertain and all eyes will no doubt be on how our city economies performed in the three months after the referendum result.”
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