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Miles & Partners welcomes Rachel Turner as equity partner

We are delighted to announce that Rachel Turner has joined the equity partnership at Miles & Partners Solicitors in the City of London.

Rachel, who is joint head of our Mental Health and Capacity department, joined the firm in 2012 and was appointed a partner in 2016.

Rachel has been a longstanding member of the Law Society’s Mental Health Accreditation Scheme and has recently become an Accredited Legal Representative in the Court of Protection for mental capacity (welfare) law.

Rachel’s dedication to her field of legal expertise has seen her rise to become a leading mental health lawyer, recognised in Chambers and the Legal 500 for her ‘diligent’, ‘pragmatic’ and ‘conscientious’ advice.

Amanda Dench, founding partner of Miles & Partners Solicitors says, ‘We are delighted to welcome Rachel to the equity partnership. As mental health issues become more prevalent in our society, there is a growing need for expert legal advice and advocacy services to ensure that people’s rights are understood and upheld.’

Rachel and her team have a demonstrated record of experience and success in championing the rights of individuals deprived of their liberty in a care home or hospital, detained under the Mental Health Act, or in need of representation at the Court of Protection or at a tribunal.

If you, a friend or family member need advice on any mental health related legal issue, please contact Rachel Turner on 0207 426 0400 or email

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