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Miranda Mourby
Healthcare Law Associate
Miranda Mourby is a barrister and healthcare Associate with Mills & Reeve. She represents commissioners, providers and regulators in cases where patients are treated under the Mental Health and Mental Capacity Acts. She also has a wider interest in public law, and medical treatment under the Children Act or inherent jurisdiction.

She graduated from Cambridge University in 2009, and qualified as a barrister in 2014. She has previously represented Rights of Women in a judicial review of a legal aid regulation, and worked for the Director of Public Prosecutions of Mauritius.

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Healthcare Law Associate
Miranda Mourby is a barrister and healthcare Associate with Mills & Reeve. She represents commissioners, providers and regulators in cases where patients are treated under the Mental Health and Mental Capacity Acts. She also has a wider interest in public law, and medical treatment under the Children Act or inherent jurisdiction.

She graduated from Cambridge University in 2009, and qualified as a barrister in 2014. She has previously represented Rights of Women in a judicial review of a legal aid regulation, and worked for the Director of Public Prosecutions of Mauritius.

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