Members are involved in a wide range of public law cases, and challenges under the Human Rights Act 1998, appearing at every level, often in the Court of Appeal, the House of Lords, the Supreme Court, and the Privy Council, as well as international constitutional cases. We act for individuals, commercial bodies, regulators, quasi-public bodies, and central and local government.

Chambers’ public law and judicial review work includes:

  • Community care, mental health and Court of Protection work
  • Civil liberties and human rights (including before the European Court of Human Rights)
  • Commercial and regulatory judicial review
  • Coronial Law
  • Education law, particularly special educational needs cases
  • Health care
  • Local Government (including vires, powers, local government finance, cuts cases and constitutional issues)
  • Prison judicial review
  • Public procurement
  • Public inquiries
  • We are represented on the Attorney General’s A, B and C Panels of Treasury Counsel and on the Attorney General’s Panel of Special Advocates

Public Barristers