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Miranda has substantial experience across the spectrum of immigration, community care and public law. Her expertise includes claims relating to unlawful detention, prisoners’ rights, trafficking, and asylum support. She is currently instructed on the Infected Blood Inquiry.
Miranda is a tenacious and dedicated advocate with a broad range of experience in public law and human rights issues. Miranda has worked at both the UK Supreme Court and European Court of Human Rights. Having previously worked in refugee camps and prisons she has significant experience of working with vulnerable clients, including unaccompanied minors and trafficking victims.
Miranda joined Landmark in 2022, having previously worked at Garden Court Chambers.
In 2014 – 2015 Miranda was the judicial assistant to Lord Kerr JSC at the Supreme Court. During that time, she worked on a variety of high-proﬁle public law cases.
In 2017 Miranda worked as a stagiaire at the European Court of Human Rights, working on applications to the court and supporting the UK Division with its caseload. She has also acted in various claims on behalf of freedom of expression NGOs before the European Court of Human Rights.
Equality and Human Rights Commission (Panel of Counsel)
Immigration Law Practitioners Association (ILPA)
Administrative Law Bar Association (ALBA)
London School of Economics (Visiting Tutor)
Public Law Project
Refugee Legal Support: Athens
Bar Professional Training Course (Very Competent), Kaplan Law School
Graduate Diploma in Law (Distinction), City Law School
MPhil in Classics (Distinction), King’s College, University of Cambridge
MA in Classics (First Class), King’s College, University of Cambridge
Lawyer Rankings(Leading Juniors)Ranked: Tier 4
Miranda Butler – Landmark Chambers ‘Miranda is an extremely talented barrister. She is gifted at quickly articulating complicated law and an asset to any case. She works tirelessly whilst remaining caring, kind and compassionate.‘
Regarded as a ‘strong public law set‘ with ‘an impressive array of juniors and silks‘, Landmark Chambers boasts a broad bench of barristers that enables it to act on both the claimant and respondent sides of proceedings. Tim Buley KC and joint head of the public law group Samantha Broadfoot KC recently appeared opposite each other in AK & Ors, R (on the application of) v The Entry Clearance Office (Islamabad) & Anor, contesting whether the immigration rules’ definition of de facto adoption gave rise to unlawful discrimination or was irrational. Notable juniors include Julia Smyth and Hafsah Masood, as well as ‘fearless advocate‘, Miranda Butler, who arrived from Garden Court Chambers in January 2022.