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Leading Silks

Rhodri Williams QC - 30 Park Place ChambersAn excellent advocate and very user-friendly.

Leading Juniors

Rebecca Harrington - 30 Park Place ChambersShe prepares work diligently and thoroughly and presents it to the court and the client clearly and concisely.
Christian Howells - 30 Park Place ChambersA tenacious advocate with a very sharp intellect.
David Hughes - 30 Park Place ChambersHe is able to think outside the box which often gives a case added strength.
Mona Bayoumi - Civitas LawShe regularly acts in judicial review claims both in the Upper Tribunal and High Court.
Mona Bayoumi - Civitas LawShe regularly acts in judicial review claims both in the Upper Tribunal and High Court.
Victoria Hillier - Civitas LawVery active on behalf of police authorities and public bodies.
Owain Rhys James - Civitas LawHe is a confident and excellent advocate.
Emma Sutton - Serjeants' Inn Chambers (Serjeants' Inn Chambers)She prepares cases to a very high level of detail.
Anthony Vines - Civitas LawHe has a good eye for detail and gets into the minutiae of the case.

Administrative and public law (including civil liberties and human rights) in Regional Bar

Serjeants' Inn Chambers

Emma Sutton of Serjeants' Inn Chambers (Serjeants' Inn Chambers) regularly advises public bodies and local authorities, particularly in the fields of health and social care, mental health and education.

30 Park Place Chambers

Considered a leading set in Wales for administrative and public law work, members of 30 Park Place Chambers undertake a range of judicial review as well as advisory work for public bodies. Rhodri Williams QC acted for the claimant in R (Driver) v Rhondda Cynon Taf CBC, concerning the local authority's decision to close a number of primary and secondary schools and remove sixth forms in its area, which includes Pontypridd and Aberdare.

Civitas Law

Members of Civitas Law undertake a range of public and administrative work, acting for central and local government as well as quangos. In one matter, Owain Rhys James represented the DVLA in a dispute over a registration mark assigned to a vehicle purporting to be a classic Mark 1 Ford Escort.