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Public Law

Experience in a wide range of Public Law proceedings, ranging from Inquests to Regulatory Proceedings and Judicial Reviews.

Fraser Chambers has experience across the full range of public law proceedings, ranging from inquests to Judicial Review, professional regulatory proceedings and contempt of court proceedings. Clear advice can be provided as to what strategy should be adopted to maximise the client’s position in any potential proceedings.

Public law involves the interaction of an individual with a state authority.

This can arise in a variety of settings, ranging from inquests to professional regulatory proceedings and Judicial Reviews.

Inquests are investigation by a coroner into violent or unnatural deaths, which frequently involve state agencies.

Professional regulatory proceedings involve the investigation and disciplining of professionals by their regulator who considers that the professional’s conduct may have breached the relevant professional standards.

Judicials Reviews involve a High Court Judge reviewing the decision of a public authority to determine whether the decision may be challenged by an individual or organisation affected by the decision.

Many state agencies seize assets as an exercise of their powers.  Such decision may be appealed in a tribunal or court, depending on the public authority involved.

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Areas of Public Law

Judicial Reviews
Professional Regulatory
Contempt of Court

Practicing Public Law Barristers

Recent Public Law Cases

Pharmacist restored to register

August 27th, 2020|

Dr Anton van Dellen represented the applicant who was restored to the register with no conditions in a hearing at the General Pharmaceutical Council (GPhC). Following a criminal conviction in 2013 for a total of 40 months, the pharmacist applied for restoration to the register, providing evidence of Continuing [...]

Remote hearing in CICA appeal

August 25th, 2020|

Dr Anton van Dellen represented the Appellant in an remote hearing. The hearing was in relation to an appeal against a CICA determination for a road traffic accident which occurred in May 2010. The hearing concerned the issue of loss of earnings where there was an initial period of [...]

Inquest to investigate death from cerebral aneurysm

August 19th, 2020|

Dr Anton van Dellen represented the family in a remote hearing in Inner West London Coroner's Court. The inquest is investigating the death of a patient with a cerebral aneurysm who was seen in the Emergency Department at St George's Hospital and discharged.  The Coroner is instructing an independent [...]

Recent Public Law News

Fraser Chambers at remote Bar Council Pupillage Fair

October 17th, 2020|

Fraser Chambers ran a stand at the Bar Council Pupillage Fair which, for the first time, was held remotely . Because it was held remotely, potential applicants for pupillage from across England and Wales could attend without the expense and inconvenience of having to travel to London.  There were some interesting [...]

Updated guidance on consent

October 8th, 2020|

The General Medical Council (GMC) has published its updated Decision making and consent guidance, which comes into effect on 9 November 2020. The guidance will support doctors to practise shared decision making and help their patients to make healthcare decisions that are right for them.  New features include: a focus [...]

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