Colin Thomann and Steve Broach to be appointed King’s Counsel

We are delighted to announce that Steve Broach and Colin Thomann are to be appointed King’s Counsel following the 2023 competition.

Colin, called in 1999, specialises in public law, environmental, personal injury and employment law matters. He has a particular interest in cross-border issues arising in these fields. He has been appointed to the Attorney General’s A Panel of counsel and has extensive experience of acting for claimants and defendants in the higher courts in civil and public law matters.

Steve, called in 2008, is a public lawyer with particular expertise in health, education and social care and disability and children’s rights cases. He is instructed in the High Court and above in applications for judicial review, in the Court of Protection for cases involving the Mental Capacity Act 2005 and in the First-tier and Upper Tribunals in education and other appeals.

The new appointments will bring the number of silks at 39 Essex Chambers to 61.

They will officially be sworn in at a ceremony before the Lord Chancellor at Westminster Hall on the 18th March 2024.

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