Julia Morrill

"Knowledgeable and supportive," and "Really explains everything and advises well." - Chambers & Partners

"Julia Morrill is an exceptional solicitor, hardworking and very experienced. She is always available to answer any questions or queries we may have and responds in a very timely manner" - Legal 500

"Very approachable and helpful, with a great understanding of our circumstances." - Chambers & Partners 2019

“Head of Court Of Protection at Minton Morrill is Julia Morrill who is well-regarded... the team helps with the management of multimillion pound funds for those who lack mental capacity to manage their property and affairs.” - Legal 500

One of the “Leading Individuals” in Clinical Negligence in the region –  Legal 500

“Absolutely top-drawer” with “excellent tactical analysis” and “friendly, clear and understandable" - Chambers & Partners

“Has vast experience in handling the most difficult severe brain injury cases” – Legal 500

Julia Morrill

Director and Head of Private Client Department

Julia Morrill is a Director and Head of Private Client. She is a nationally-recognised expert solicitor with over 25 years’ experience, renowned for her expertise in Clinical Negligence and Court of Protection work. She is ranked as a Leading Individual in ‘Chambers & Partners’ Guide to the Legal Profession’ and ‘The Legal 500’ for her work in the field of Clinical Negligence and holds both AVMA and Law Society Clinical Negligence Panel membership. Her work supporting vulnerable people, their families and their advisors in the area of mental incapacity is widely acknowledged.

Julia has over 25 years’ experience in settling high value, multi-million pound clinical negligence claims on behalf of both children and adults and is known for her empathetic, common-sense approach. She and has particular expertise in birth injury cases.

This skill and experience informs her role as a specialist Court of Protection appointed professional Deputy, making her ideally placed to assist in managing with the financial and property affairs of individuals the Court of Protection has deemed do not have capacity to do so themselves.