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  • 1. ANSELM ELDERGILLPositions currently held Judge, Court of Protection, London (mental health and capacity court) Honorary Professor in Mental Capacity Law, University College London Honorary Professor of Mental Health Law, Northumbria UniversityPrevious experience, honours and qualifications Head of Mental Health Law, Eversheds (one of the largest law firms in the world, with 40 offices across the UK, Europe, Middle East, Africa and Asia) Ranked 1 in the Mental Health and Healthcare Leaders in their Field section of Chambers & Partners Directory of the Legal Profession (UK) Entry in three volumes of Whos Who in America (USA) Entry in the Cambridge Blue Book of Outstanding Achievement Entry in the Dictionary of International Biography Alexander Maxwell Law Scholar President, Mental Health Lawyers Association President, Institute of Mental Health Act Practitioners Honorary Legal Adviser to the African Regional Council for Mental Health Assistant Coroner Tribunal Judge, social security benefits (Disability Living Allowance and Incapacity Benefit) Legal Commissioner and Chairman of the Mental Health Act Commission’s Law & Ethics Committee The Legal Member, Mental Health Commission for Northern Ireland Legal adviser to Mental Health Commission in Dublin in relation to reform of appeals processes Legal Chairman of ten mental health related Government Inquiries into serious service failures Member of and Assessor for the Law Societys Mental Health Panel (Solicitors’ professional body) Chairman, London National Health Service Clinical Ethics Committee 1400-page textbook on Mental Health Law (reprinted twice) Extensive publications and conferences record, at home and abroad, for publications such as The Princeton University Law Journal, Johns Hopkins University, The Journal of Forensic Psychiatry and The Guardian Member of the Editorial Boards of the Journal of Mental Health Law and Medicine, Science & the Law Lecturer at numerous national and international conferences 1