Tammy has been a qualified Solicitor since 1991. She has always had an interest in Human Rights and was involved in some high profile cases when she practiced in London, including representing the families of British soldiers who died in a "Friendly Fire" incident during the Gulf War.
Tammy has relocated to beautiful Dorset, and now specializes in representing those who are detained under the Mental Health Act at their appeals against their detention, at Tribunals and Managers Hearings to ensure that the individual's rights are upheld. She is a member of the specialist Mental Health Act Tribunal Panel which is regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority.
Many of her clients find that they are not listened to, are marginalized and suffer from prejudice in society. Her aim is to ensure that through a high quality service they are listened to and their rights protected and enforced.
Free legal aid by way of public funding from the Legal Aid Agency is available for representation at Mental Health Review Tribunals.
Tammy can help by ensuring that your rights are upheld. Tammy can also assist you to draft an Advance Decision and ensure that your views and wishes are not ignored.
Mon - Fri: 9AM - 5.30 PM
Weekends - by appointment.
Out of hours - do leave a message on Tammy's mobile
(07961 053639) and she will get back to you as soon as she can.