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Year of Call:  2012 (Jamaica: 1996)

Philip Dayle Court of Protection CV

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Senior Practice Manager:
Abdul Hafeez

Practice Group Clerks:
Craig Wain
Gavin John
Lucas Bennett
Chris Graham

Chief Executive & Director of Clerking
Tony McDaid

Tel: +44 (0) 845 210 5555
Fax: +44 (0) 121 210 7311
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Philip Dayle - Court of Protection

Called to bar 22 November 2012 - Grays Inn

Call to the bar in Jamaica, 1996

Philip is developing a practice in both the health/welfare and property/affairs jurisdictions of the court. He advises and represents local authorities, CCGs, care homes, family members and others in:  

s21A of the Mental Capacity Act 2005 applications

matters regarding scope of funding of local authorities and CCGs  

matters dealing with the inherent jurisdiction of the High Court and “vulnerable adults”  

Recent work 

Health/welfare 

  • Acted for a private care home on the question of whether a seriously incapacitated woman could be moved from the care home after expiry of a care contract with the CCG ( there was high risk that the woman could not survive any prolonged movement).

Property/affairs 

  • Public Guardian v CT and EY [2014] EWCOP 51: Acting for the Public Guardian, successfully resisted an application for costs by the donee of a lasting power of attorney, who complained that the Public Guardian had used its statutory power to investigate unreasonably. 
  • Acted for a woman who wished to be named as deputy instead of her brother. Her brother had assumed primary care of their incapacitated mother and had a conviction for an offence of dishonesty. 
     

Prizes

Philip has been awarded the following prizes:

  • British Chevening Scholarship, 2000
  • Suffolk and North Essex Law Society (SNELS) for 1st place on the masters or Law (LL.M) 2000-01 programme, Essex University
 
Prizes
Philip has been awarded the following prizes:
 
  • British Chevening Scholarship, 2000
  • Suffolk and North Essex Law Society (SNELS) for 1st place on the masters or Law (LL.M) 2000-01 programme, Essex University
 
QUALIFICATIONS                        
Bar Transfer Test (BTT), 2012
Masters of Law (LLM) in International Human Rights law (Distinction), Essex University, 2002
Legal Education Certificate (Jamaican Bar Vocational course), Norman Manley Law School, 1996
Bachelor of Laws (Honours) 1993, University of the West Indies, 1993
 
MEMBERSHIPS

Association of Regulatory and Disciplinary Lawyers (ARDL)