Highly regarded public law specialist Adam Fullwood has joined 39 Essex Chambers.
During a career spanning nearly 20 years, Adam has cemented his reputation as one of the leading public law barristers on the Northern Circuit. He has a wide ranging practice, with extensive experience of public and administrative law, regulatory and disciplinary, care standards, education, human rights law, mental capacity and mental health, Court of Protection, public procurement and local government.
He is consistently recommended as a leading junior in his main practice areas by Chambers & Partners and the Legal 500 and is a member of the Attorney General’s regional panel, the Treasury Solicitor’s Freedom of Information panel and the Equality and Human Rights Commission Panel of Counsel.
Having started his career at Garden Court, Adam subsequently became a tenant at Kings Chambers in Manchester in 2009 from where he joins 39 Essex Chambers. He will be practising from 39 Essex Chambers with immediate effect, from both Manchester and London.
David Barnes, Chief Executive and Director of Clerking, says “We are delighted to welcome Adam to 39 Essex Chambers. He comes with an outstanding reputation in the public law arena and will be an excellent addition to our thriving public law team.”
Adam Fullwood adds: “I’m really delighted to be joining 39 Essex Chambers and look forward to working with some of the best practitioners in their fields.”