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The Welsh Mental Health and Court of Protection Department at Reeds Solicitors has undergone notable expansion in recent months.

After placing a number of new recruits, the Cardiff-based team now counts four Court of Protection Solicitors & two Trainee Solicitors, all of whom specialise in welfare applications, together with two Accredited Mental Health Representatives.

Sarah Castle at Yolk Recruitment has been recognised by Reeds Solicitors for helping to find experienced and committed court of protection lawyers.

Sarah Griffiths-Jones, Head of Court of Protection at Reeds, said:

“I could not be happier with the team I now have; I feel incredibly proud to be a part of it. I’m excited to see what we will go on to achieve together in years to come.

“Yolk recommended Camille Ivinson and Sadé Asker to join the team. Camille’s reputation proceeds her; she is a well-established and respected COP Solicitor within the field and needless to say, I was delighted to have her join me in April.”

Molly Fensome-Lush (formerly Clarke Willmott) also joined the team in April. Molly was named Rising Star of the Year at the Wales Legal Awards 2020.

Trainee Solicitor Natasha Lukies, also joined the firm in February 2021.

Griffiths-Jones said:

“Despite only having been with me for a few short weeks, it’s easy to see how she achieved such an accolade.”

Trainee Solicitor Rhiannon Phillips recently attained her Mental Health Accreditation, enabling her to now undertake representation before the Tribunal and expand Mental Health services to clients.

Emma Waddingham

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Editor, Legal News

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