Scott Storey provides a case law update to POhWER - Jul 2019
Scott Storey’s practice has a focus on Court of Protection proceedings, public law and human rights, police law and inquests.
He regularly appears in the Court of Protection in interim and final hearings, acting for local authorities, litigation friends (including the Official Solicitor) and family members. His busy and varied Court of Protection practice encompasses personal welfare, medical treatment, property and affairs and deprivation of liberty challenges.
Scott’s civil practice has an emphasis on cases involving public bodies and human rights. He has represented the police in a range of matters and acts in claims under the Human Rights Act 1998, particularly in cases concerning unlawful deprivation of liberty.
Scott also appears in the Coroner’s Court and represents all interested persons, including families, NHS trusts and local authorities.
Before coming to the Bar, Scott worked in the public law team of a national law firm and spent time as an intern at the Cambodian Centre for Human Rights.View full profile »
Abha Pandya and Scott Storey speak at recent Court of Protection seminar - Mar 2019
1COR & Orbis Law present ‘Mental Capacity Act 2005 Training for Local Government Lawyers’ - Nov 2018
Opposing a lasting power of attorney in the Court of Protection - Oct 2018
Essential Guidance & Top Tips with Scott Storey and Kate Richmond - Jun 2018
Scott Storey acts for the Police after an injunction was breached within 24 hours - Jun 2018
Lauren Godfrey and Scott Storey successfully defend large protracted TUPE dispute - Mar 2018
1COR Brighton juniors speak to aspiring lawyers at the University of Brighton Law Ball - Mar 2018
1COR welcomes Scott Storey as a tenant - Oct 2017