With 'a calm and reassuring advocacy style that is well-liked by clients', David Gardner at No5 Barristers Chambers is active in a range of judicial review and administrative court matters, with recent cases including a challenge to HMRC's stop and search policy, in which Gardner represented the appellant; he was also instructed in an Administrative Court case challenging the decision of a District Judge to proceed with a trial in the defendant's absence.
Administrative and public law (including civil liberties and human rights) in Regional Bar
Old Square Chambers' Nadia Motraghi is recommended for public law matters involving the medical sector, both advising and representing clients in judicial reviews. Clients praise her providing 'clear, practical, and thorough advice that showed attention to detail, and a practical and thorough knowledge of the relevant law. Her advice was helpful and we were grateful to her.'