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We are recruiting


13 May 2019

We are looking for administrative support for our Office Manager and solicitors in our well established and friendly Court of Protection welfare team. This is a fantastic opportunity to learn and develop within a thriving firm with an interesting and varied workload. A link to our Indeed advertisement can be found below and please also see our recruitment page.

Finance and administration assistant


Mackintosh Law Limited


On 1 February 2019 we will be incorporating.

Nicola Mackintosh QC (Hon) will be the Sole Director of Mackintosh Law Limited. The company is registered in England and Wales at Companies House, registration number 11067651.

The company will trade as ‘Mackintosh Law’. Mackintosh Law Limited is authorised and regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority and the SRA number is 655500.

Mackintosh Law Limited will continue to provide legal services from the existing premises at 103 Borough High Street, London SE1 1NL.


10 December 2018 – Legal aid advice network ‘decimated by funding cuts’


Nicola Mackintosh QC (Hon) is featured in today’s BBC article on the deserts of legal aid provision.

Nicola is quoted as saying “Pre-LASPO, we had a network of advice centres, CABs, law centres and specialist high-street practices. It was not perfect, but it was pretty good. Now we have a complete decimation of the advice and representation network. Everybody recognises disabled people have rights but if you do not provide the advice and representation to them, those rights are theoretical in practice.”

The full article can be found here



27 November 2018 – Nicola Mackintosh QC (Hon) – Honorary Bencher of Middle Temple Inn


We are delighted that the Middle Temple Inn has called Nicola Mackintosh QC (Hon) as an Honorary Bencher. Nicola is the first female QC (Hon) to be called and it is a great privilege.

She was called at a ceremony on 27 November 2018 at Middle Temple Hall. In her speech Nicola restated her commitment to the rule of law and its application to vulnerable and disabled people in particular, including the vital importance of civil legal aid.

She will work with the Inn in the coming years to inspire students and others to continue to press for a just and inclusive legal system which affords equal access to the law for all.