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Chambers of James Goudie QC and John Cavanagh QC

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11 KING'S BENCH WALK, TEMPLE, LONDON, EC4Y 7EQ, ENGLAND
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Jonathan Moffett QC

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11KBW (Chambers of James Goudie QC and John Cavanagh QC)

Position

Barrister specialising in public law, with an emphasis on judicial review. Particular expertise in the interface between public law and human rights. Recognised as a leading junior in administrative law, education law, local government law and environmental law, and co-author of Judical Review: Principles and Practice (OUP, 2013).

Career

Called 1996; appointed to the Attorney General’s A panel of counsel to the Crown, the Welsh government’s A panel of counsel, and the Equality and Human Rights Commission’s panel of counsel.

Member

Constitutional and Administrative Law Bar Association; Employment Law Bar Association; Planning and Environmental Bar Association.

Education

Girton College, Cambridge (1993 BA; 1994 LLM).


London Bar

Administrative and public law (including local government)

Within: Administrative and public law (including local government) – 2017 silks

Jonathan Moffett QC - 11KBWVery practical, realistic and user friendly in addition to being very solid on the law.

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Civil liberties and human rights (including actions against the police)

Within: Civil liberties and human rights (including actions against the police) – 2017 silks

Jonathan Moffett QC - 11KBWVery clear in his advice, which easily understandable by lawyers and clients alike.

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Education

Within: Education – 2017 silks

Jonathan Moffett QC - 11KBWCombines the perfect blend of razor-sharp intellect, strategic oversight and excellent client skills.

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Legal Developments by:
11KBW (Chambers of James Goudie QC and John Cavanagh QC)

  • Possession Proceedings 28 August 2012

    The lower courts continue to clarify the position following the decisions of the Supreme Court in Manchester City Council v Pinnock [2010] UKSC 45; [2011] 2 AC 104 and Hounslow London Borough Council v Powell [2011] UKSC 8; [2011] 2 AC 18 on the application of Article 8 ECHR to defend possession proceedings.
    - 11KBW

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