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Joseph C Hughes was admitted as a solicitor in 1984 and established J C Hughes in 1986. He is a graduate of Edinburgh and Glasgow Universities. Joseph is a Solicitor Advocate (Criminal 2004) and obtained an Msc in Criminal Justice in 2006.
He was appointed to the Board of The Scottish Childrens' Reporter in 2010. He previously was a Board Member of The Scottish Legal Aid Board for almost 6 years. He was also Vice Chair of two major charities, Turning Point Scotland and Action for Children.
Joseph has been appointed to sit on a number of jurisdictions : Mental Health Tribunal, Additional Support Needs Tribunal, Pensions Appeals Tribunal, Scottish Solicitors Discipline Tribunal, NHS Tribunal for Scotland, Institute and Faculty of Actuaries Discipline Tribunal and Police Appeals Tribunal.
He has been appointed to sit on the Scottish Charity Appeals Panel, the Doctors and Dentists Disciplinary Appeals Panel and the Scottish Football Association Judicial Panel.
An Honours graduate from Strathclyde University, John joined J C Hughes in 1988 and was made a partner in 1991.
An experienced trial lawyer, John specialises in Criminal Law and has acted in a number of high profile criminal cases throughout Scotland.
John is based at the City Centre and Rutherglen offices.
Mark is an honours graduate of the University of Glasgow.
He is a Partner in charge of our Rutherglen office having trained with J C Hughes.
Mark is a Notary Public and a Curator Ad Litem appointed by the Mental Health Tribunal for Scotland.
He is also a highly experienced criminal and civil court practitioner.
Mark has a special interest in prison and parole law.
Ian joined J C Hughes in 1996 and specialises in Criminal Defence and Mental Health Law.
Ian was appointed a criminal peer reviewer in 2009, and holds the office of Curator for the Mental Health Tribunal for Scotland.
Stephen has been based at our Tollcross office since joining the firm in 1999.
He is an Associate and senior civil lawyer.
Stephen specialises in divorce, family, reparation cases and a wide range of other civil matters.
He regularly appears before the Sheriff Court in Glasgow but covers many other jurisdictions throughout Scotland.
An Honours graduate from the University of Dundee, Catherine joined J C Hughes in February 2009.
Catherine specialises in Mental Health and understands its complex and, at times, sensitive nature.
In 2010 she was appointed as Curator by the Mental Health Tribunal for Scotland. She is also a Notary Public.
Isobel graduated from Strathclyde University in 2005 and trained in business law at CCW LLP in Edinburgh before qualifying as a solicitor in 2007 and joining J C Hughes.
Isobel specialises in criminal court work and all aspects of Civil and Mental Health Law. She also co-ordinates the in-house Continued Professional Development programme.
Isobel is based at the Parkhead branch office.
Pauline is a Qualified Assistant and studied law whilst working as a manager in the National Health Service.
She went on to study for a Masters in Human Rights Law which she completed in 2004, before joining J C Hughes in 2006. Pauline specialises in Mental Health Law and is also a Curator for the Mental Health Tribunal for Scotland.
She is based in the Tollcross office.
Alan has worked in various jurisdictions as a civil court lawyer during his 25-year career.
He joined J C Hughes in 2009 and deals, in particular, with family/matrimonial cases and Mental Health Law.
He was formerly an independent Bar Reporter for disputed contact/residence and adoption cases at Hamilton Sheriff Court and is currently on the panel of Curators for the Mental Health Tribunal for Scotland.
He is based at the Parkhead branch office.