Suzanne Lambert has a broad civil law practice with experience in both public and private law matters. She has a particular interest in human rights, professional negligence (including clinical negligence, solicitors' and surveyors' negligence), environmental and planning law, professional disciplinary law, and employment and equality law. She appears regularly in the county courts and the High Court for both Claimants and Defendants in a range of professional and clinical negligence, personal injury, environmental and contractual matters. She has acted for and against the Environment Agency in enforcement cases and in private law matters such as nuisance, contaminated land and pollution.
She also appears in the employment tribunal and at inquests for both families and interested parties.
She has advised in and acted for Customs in cases such as carousel fraud and restoration cases.
Her experience in professional disciplinary cases includes both advisory and advocacy work and involves appearances before the General Medical Council (both IOC and FTP), the Nursing and Midwifery Council (Restoration hearings) and HC90(9) proceedings.
In addition, she has undertaken research for government departments such as the Department of Trade and Industry, and assisted the Treasury Solicitor's Private Law Team with a variety of claims, particularly those against the Home Office involving prisoners and misfeasance in public office.
She has spent six months as a Witness Barrister with the Robert Hamill Inquiry in London and Northern Ireland.
BVC (Very Competent, Outstanding in Drafting and Advocacy) The College of Law
BA (First Class Hons) in Jurisprudence, Exeter College, Oxford University; BA (Summa cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa) in Geography and Environmental Studies, Dartmouth College, USA; Rhodes Scholar (Caribbean Region); Lord Denning Scholar and Droop Scholar (Lincoln's Inn)
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Contributor, Burnett-Hall on Environmental Law, Second Edition, 2008
Junior Counsel to the Crown C Panel (March 2007)
JUSTICE: Member of the Council and of the Executive Board; Chair of Student Human Rights Network
Significant cases include the following
Loyalty Management UK v HM Revenue & Customs
Amelia Kate Garcia (By Her Litigation Friend Paula Garcia) v East Lancashire Hospitals NHS Trust  EWHC 2062 (QB)
The Robert Hamill Inquiry
Olympia Technology Limited v Revenue and Customs (2005) VADT 19145
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