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Scott-Moncrieff set the pace in London Legal Walk 2017

London Legal Walk May 20171

An entire team of people from Scott-Moncrieff & Associates has completed the 2017 London Legal Walk, raising funds for a raft of charities that help people on minimum wage, are in poor housing, are elderly and other good causes.

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Mental health 'vicious circle' of under-funding

Georga Godwin, from national law firm Scott-Moncrieff, represents clients with serious mental health issues and their families. She says her clients are victims of a vicious circle of under-funding. She says: “The Government claiming that social efforts are more important than providing extra money for services is simply wrong. The NHS mental health offer is drastically under-funded and it suffers the vicious circle, knock-on effect of the rest of the NHS being under-funded, too.

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Event 27 January 2017: The ‘New Year itch’

The ‘New Year itch’ - Law Society event addresses solicitors’ annual search for better work/life balance

A Law Society event on 26 January 2017 addresses the legal sector’s annual ‘New Year itch’ when solicitors search for a better work/life balance, perhaps working less strenuous hours and having more quality family time.

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Law Gazette Article on ScoMo Founder Lucy Scott-Moncrieff's Eventful Career in Law

Jonathan Rayer writes for The Law Gazette reflecting on Lucy Scott-Moncrieff’s high profile and eventful career in law as founder and managing director of Sco Mo; as president and then council member of the Law Society; mental health tribunal judge; Judicial Appointments Commission board member; and House of Lords Commissioner for Standards.

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Man arrested in Brixton launches formal complaint against Met Police

Sulaiman Lee, film of whose arrest by more than six Metropolitan Police officers in Brixton on 1 September was posted on many news outlets, is to launch a formal complaint against the force. He has appointed Terence Channer of national law firm Scott- Moncrieff, a specialist solicitor who acts in many wrongful arrest cases, to represent him.

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