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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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Recent Public Law Cases

IOPC close to beginning new investigation

April 8th, 2022|

Dr Anton van Dellen was instructed by Ricky Waumsley, the partner of Daniel Whitworth, in the inquests which investigated four linked murders in Barking. Following the inquest, the Independent Office for Police Conduct (IOPC) has said that it is close to beginning a new investigation into Police Officers who [...]

Corrie McKeague’s father thanks Dr Anton van Dellen

April 4th, 2022|

The jury in the inquest into the death of Corrie McKeague concluded that Corrie's death was contributed to by ineffective bin locks, an ineffective search of the bin and poor visibility through a Perspex viewing window on the lorry. Corrie's father, Martin McKeague, said that he hopes Corrie can finally [...]

Preventing Future Death report in RAF airman’s death

April 1st, 2022|

Dr Anton van Dellen was instructed by Martin McKeague, the father of Corrie McKeague, and some other members of the McKeague family at the inquest which investigated Corrie's death. Corrie disappeared on a night out in Bury St Edmunds.  The inquest found that Corrie probably died after being in [...]

Recent Public Law News

Nozima Rakhimjonova to join Fraser Chambers

December 5th, 2023|

We are delighted to announce that Nozima Rakhimjonova has been offered and accepted tenancy to start in January 2024. During pupillage, Nozima assisted with the full range of cases of chambers practice. Prior to joining chambers, Nozima worked at Sterling Law’s litigation team where she assisted with large scale of [...]

Shape of Who?

April 23rd, 2022|

Case Analysis: Sheeran & Ors v Chokri & Ors [2022] EWHC 827 (Ch) (06 April 2022) Liam Wells, Barrister, Fraser Chambers & Nicholas Reed-Langen, Visiting Scholar, The Hertie School Introduction   The music industry is a fickle business.  Talent only gets you so far, before you must ride your [...]

Fraser Chambers welcomes Liam Wells

March 2nd, 2022|

Liam graduated in jurisprudence from the University of Oxford, has an LLM from King's College London in International Business Law and an LLM from the Erasmus School of Law in the Netherlands. He is currently completing his PhD on regulatory law at the University of Hamburg, is the Managing Editor [...]

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