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The Chambers of Richard Booth QC Offices
1 Crown Office Row
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Robert Kellar QC has a broad civil, regulatory and public law practice which encompasses: clinical negligence, professional discipline and regulation, judicial review and human rights, healthcare, personal injury, inquests and employment law.
Silk Year: 2019; Qualified 1999; Gray’s Inn.
PNBA; AvMA; ALBA; PIBA; ELBA; ARDL
Manchester Grammar School; Magdalen College, Oxford (1996 BA); Queens’ College, Cambridge (1998 LLM).
London Bar > Clinical negligenceWithin: 2019 Silks -
London Bar > Administrative and public law (including local government)Within: 2019 Silks -
London Bar > Set overviews: England and Wales
‘Undoubtedly one of the top sets for clinical negligence work in the country’, 1 CROWN OFFICE ROW has ‘great strength in depth’ with ‘a good range’ of silks, as well as senior juniors and junior counsel who are ‘all very hardworking and knowledgeable’ and ‘not unsurprisingly involved in lots of the most interesting and high-profile cases’. In London, chambers’ strengths lie in regulatory, public law, and inquests and inquiries. Meanwhile, on the South Eastern circuit, the set has a strong team across the commercial, professional negligence, crime, as well as family and children law disciplines. In recent chambers news, Robert Kellar QC and Neil Sheldon QC took silk in 2019, while clinical negligence specialist Cara Guthrie joined from Outer Temple Chambers in June 2019. In London, the clerking team is led by senior clerk Matthew Phipps and first juniors John Mclaren and Andrew Tull; David Bingham is the senior clerk in Brighton and is ably assisted by first junior James Hart. Andrew Meyler is chambers director. Offices in: London and Brighton