Civil law - Regulatory

Chambers has an emerging specialism in regulatory and disciplinary work. Members represent both registered persons and regulators across a range of bodies and tribunals. Members have also appeared as legal advisors / assessors.

Chambers has particular experience before the following regulators:

  • Health and Care Professions Council
  • Nursing and Midwifery Council
  • Care Council Wales
  • Education Workforce Council
  • General Teaching Council for England

Members of the team also have experience in education related tribunals, specifically representing students undergoing disciplinary processes in universities and also advising local authorities in relation to school admission appeals.

Our barristers are able to advise at all stages in the process and welcome early involvement in cases whether instructions are forthcoming from regulatory bodies, unions or individuals. Advice and representation on appeal can also be provided, if required.

Practice areas 

Civil law - Regulatory

barristers

Dominic Boothroyd
Dominic Boothroyd
Call to the bar: 1991 | Inner Temple
Practice areas
  • Family law
  • Civil law
Lucy Leader
Lucy Leader
Call to the bar: 2002 | Lincoln’s Inn
Practice areas
  • Family law
  • Civil law
Simon Stephenson
Simon Stephenson
Call to the bar: 2005 | Inner Temple
Practice areas
  • Family law
Kate Smith
Kate Smith
Call to the bar: 2008 | Gray’s Inn
Practice areas
  • Family law
  • Civil law
Catrin Jenkins
Catrin Jenkins
Call to the bar: 2010 | Gray’s Inn
Practice areas
  • Family law
Conducts cases in both English and Welsh
James Hartson
James Hartson
Call to the bar: 2010 | Inner Temple
Practice areas
  • Criminal law
  • Civil law
Conducts cases in both English and Welsh
Patrick Llewelyn
Patrick Llewelyn
Call to the bar: 2009 | Inner Temple
Practice areas
  • Family law
  • Criminal law
  • Civil law
Sara Lewis
Sara Lewis
Call to the bar: 2013 | Lincoln’s Inn
Practice areas
  • Family law
  • Criminal law
  • Civil law