What our barristers do
There is an ever-increasing demand for high-quality advisory and advocacy services in clinical negligence matters and a growing focus on alternative dispute resolution.
Our barristers have a wealth of experience across all levels of seniority and all levels of case. We provide advice and representation throughout the span of any claim, from before the commencement of proceedings through to final approvals, trials and appeals.
Our specialisms include Court of Protection work, inquests, public inquiries, disciplinary and regulatory work, public law costs and funding. This broad expertise enables us to take an integrated approach to all facets of litigation in the healthcare setting.
Who our barristers act for
Our clients include private individuals who have undergone unsuccessful medical treatment, independent clinicians, private healthcare providers and NHS trusts.
We are frequently instructed in high-profile claims with significant exposure in the media. Our barristers have been involved in many important cases in the last 20 years (including group litigation claims), dealing with matters such as the costs of surrogacy, informed consent to treatment, human rights, dishonesty and causation.
We are instructed by the leading claimant and defendant firms.
Where our barristers act
Our barristers appear at court hearings, including inquests and joint settlement meetings and mediations. Our court work includes complex interlocutory matters, as well as trials and appeals at all levels from the County Court to the Supreme Court.