Distinguished Alumni Lecture with Heledd Wyn


24 March 2020, 1.00 PM - 24 March 2020, 2.00 PM

Heledd Wyn

Coutts lecture theatre, Wills Memorial Building

PLEASE NOTE: This event has been cancelled.

Associate Director and Head of Long Term and Elderly Care at Gregg Latchams Solicitors in Bristol, Heledd Wyn will be giving her alumni lecture entitled "Mental Capacity, Long-Term Care & the role of the lawyer", as part of the Law School Distinguished Alumni Lecture Series.

Learning law is a life-long skill. There are always new laws and new cases. In the last 15 years there have been two significant new pieces of legislation – the Mental Capacity Act 2005 and the Care Act 2014. With an ageing population and a greater understanding and awareness of mental health issues – what impact is there on society? 

No need to book, just come along!

This event is open to University of Bristol Law School students.

More about Heledd

After graduating from the University of Bristol, Heledd qualified as a solicitor in 2006 and since then has worked in a variety of roles where she has developed expertise in estate planning, long term care and asset protection. Heledd also has experience in inheritance tax planning, NHS Continuing Health Care Funding and complex Court of Protection applications.

Heledd provides full consultancy services relating to estate planning, long term care and asset protection. She also specialises in making applications to the Court of Protection on behalf of those who lack capacity to make decisions for themselves. Her client range from business owners to individuals and is happy to have discussions with anyone to see if she can help.

Heledd is a member of STEP and sat on the STEP Mental Capacity Global Special Interest Group for six years. She is an accredited member of Solicitors for the Elderly and is proud to be a trustee of BRACE – an independent charity committed to defeating dementia through supporting scientific research.

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