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Administrative and Public Law

Kenworthy’s Administrative and Public Law Barristers have a wealth of experience in judicial reviews and regularly appear in cases concerning Prison Law, Children Law, Immigration, Human Rights, Civil Liberties, Education, and challenges to central government decisions.

Kenworthy’s Administrative and Public Law Barristers protect the interests of individuals challenging the government and public authorities, public bodies including NHS and health bodies, local authorities, police authorities, Coroners, and regulatory bodies.

The team provides tactical advice to help navigate complex situations and challenge UK Administrative Law or Public Law decision making.

Kenworthy’s Administrative and Public Law Barristers can represent you in the Administrative Court, the Court of Appeal, High Court, Supreme Court, Coroner’s Court, in judicial reviews, disciplinary hearings, parole board hearings and in front of First-Tier or Upper Tribunals.

Our Barristers

Kenworthy’s Administrative and Public Law Barristers

Year of Call | 1971

Ben Nolan has substantial expertise in judicial review matters, particularly in the field of police powers and conduct and the treatment of prisoners.

Year of Call | 1977

Barry has substantial expertise in judicial review matters, particularly in the field of police conduct and prisoners' rights. His passion for justice enables him to pursue cases with merit and he regularly attends the Administrative Court.

Year of Call | 2015

John has extensive experience in Prison Law. He is experienced in representing life and IPP offenders in parole hearings, adjudications, applications for recategorization of a prisoner release, and recall hearings following breaches of licence conditions.

Year of Call | 1988

Gita Patel's practice involves using public law principles at every turn, and she has extensive experience within judicial review proceedings in the high and appellate courts.

Year of Call | 2000

Shazia has experience completing judicial review work and is willing to draft grounds for reconsideration to the Tribunal. She also has experience of applying for emergency injunctions to High Court Judges over the telephone and has won cases in the Court of Appeal.

Year of Call | 2002

Chudi has substantial expertise in judicial review matters, particularly in the fields of police misconduct, prisoners' rights, and mental health law.

Year of Call | 2002

George Brown has considerable expertise in conducting judicial review matters through the High and Appellate courts.

Year of Call | 2010

Stephen Tettey specialises in Public Law, business crime, and fraud. He has been noted for the strength of his legal argument in complex cases.

Year of Call | 2012

Jonathan Greer represents claimants in Judicial Review cases, in the Upper Tribunal, and in cases in front of the Administrative Court.

Year of Call | 2001

Mark has an excellent understanding of the principles of judicial review and has undertaken judicial reviews in several practice areas, including challenges to unlawful detention and challenges to decisions to withdraw sponsor licences from colleges.

Many of our Administrative and Public Law Barristers accept Public Access work including Barry Grennan, Shazia Khan, and John Richards.

Our Expertise

The kind of Administrative Law cases and Public Law cases Kenworthy’s Barristers cover include:

  • Children Law
  • Citizenship
  • Civil Liberties
  • Commercial Public Law
  • Community Care
  • Data, Information and Privacy Rights
  • Detention
  • Education Law
  • Health and Social Care
  • Human Rights
  • Immigration, Asylum and Nationality
  • Inquests
  • Licensing
  • Local Government
  • Mental Health
  • Police
  • Prison Law
  • Public Inquiries
  • Tax and Revenue

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Contact Us

If you need advice or advocacy for an Administrative and Public Law case call our Clerks Courtney Soden and Daniella Howarth on 0161 832 4036, email [email protected], [email protected], or fill out our contact form.