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 Chambers possesses wide-ranging expertise in bringing and defending judicial review challenges as well as advising on public law issues more broadly.”
"They are always able to assist and cover a variety of specialisms."
“Members offer considerable strength in matters concerning immigration detention and deportation, policing and prisons as well as community care and children's rights.”
“George Brown is capable of picking up a case with minimum fuss and dealing with it competently through to conclusion. Excellent and has the experience to deal with complex cases.”
"I have always found the clerking team to be professional, friendly, accommodating to requests and prompt in their response."
“Shazia Khan specialises in judicial reviews concerning immigration and asylum. She represents clients before the High Court and Court of Appeal. She has great clarity and she has a deeply forensic approach to the case and can very rapidly assimilate all the issues and facts."
"They have provided a very responsive and efficient service with a wide range of Barristers able to assist at all levels of cases."
“One of Jonathan Greer’s main strengths is his ability to relate to clients, to be willing to understand their needs and put them at ease. He is a tenacious advocate, his preparation is thorough, and he ensures both instructing Solicitors and clients are confident in his advocacy."
“Kenworthy’s Chambers are always willing to assist wherever they can. Every effort is made to ensure the instructing advocate can deal with the matter and if for any reason they can’t, you can be assured Kenworthy’s will offer you a suitably experienced and knowledgeable barrister.”
Kenworthy’s Administrative and Public Law Barristers protect the interests of individuals challenging public authorities, companies, 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.
Kenworthy’s Administrative and Public Law Barristers
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.
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.
Many of our Administrative and Public Law Barristers accept Public Access work including Barry Grennan, Shazia Khan, and John Richards.
The kind of Administrative Law cases and Public Law cases Kenworthy’s Barristers cover include:
- Children Law
- Civil Liberties
- Commercial Public Law
- Community Care
- Data, Information and Privacy Rights
- Education Law
- Health and Social Care
- Human Rights
- Local Government
- Mental Health
- Prison Law
- Public Inquiries
- Tax and Revenue