Chambers has an experienced team of inquests and public inquiries barristers, skilled at dealing with both the legal, emotional and practical aspects of such cases.
We provide a comprehensive and bespoke service throughout the inquiry and inquest process which combines our expert legal and practical advice with compassion, sensitivity and respect at all times.
We are specialists in public, human rights, civil, criminal and regulatory law.
As regards inquests, our members regularly appear for interested persons in the Coroners Court. We have acted for parties concerned with death in police and prison (including patients detained under the Mental Health Act) custody.
As regards public inquiries, our members again act for interested parties, whether they be individuals, government bodies, the police or others.
Our members are committed to the fearless and robust representation of the parties who instruct us. We are dedicated to achieving justice for our clients no matter how difficult or unpopular that cause may seem.
As part of our client-focussed service, our barristers can be contacted out of normal office hours for urgent advice and assistance via the clerks out of hours number. If you require any further information, please do not hesitate to contact our clerks team.