We are proud to announce that David Manknell has been re-appointed to the Attorney General’s A Panel of Counsel, Suzanne Lambert, Natasha Barnes and Alasdair Henderson have been appointed to the Attorney General’s B Panel of Counsel and Paul Reynolds has been appointed to the Attorney General’s C Panel of Counsel.

David Manknell practices principally in medical law and administrative and human rights law. He has been described by Chambers & Partners as “exceptionally bright and hard-working” and “thorough, approachable and very sensible.”

Suzanne Lambert has a broad civil and public law practice. She undertakes a wide range of common law cases, with a particular focus on healthcare and medical law, including clinical negligence and inquests, but also contractual matters involving institutions and GPs, cases involving ethical questions such as consent to treatment, human rights, mental health law, confidentiality issues and product liability. She also has extensive experience in personal injury, judicial review, professional discipline and regulatory law, as well as public inquiries.

Alasdair Henderson has a broad practice with a particular interest in public law and human rights, employment and equality, clinical negligence and environmental law. He appears regularly before a wide variety of courts and tribunals, and also has considerable experience of inquests and public inquiries. Alasdair is also a Commissioner of the Equality and Human Rights Commission (EHRC)

Natasha Barnes is a highly-regarded junior who acts in a variety of sensitive and complex cases focusing on public and human rights law, indirect tax and inquests. She appears before the Court of Appeal, the Administrative Court, the Tribunals (Tax and Immigration Chambers) and the Coroners’ Courts.

Paul Reynolds has developed a broad practice in the main areas of Chambers’ work. He has particular experience of indirect tax and public law, as well as the full spectrum of clinical negligence-related work. He regularly appears in the High Court, County Court and Coroner’s Courts.

The full list is here and their appointments take effect from 2nd September 2019.