Success for local residents’ association in Pro Bono Planning Inquiry - Dec 2018
Charlotte Gilmartin accepts instructions in all areas of Chambers’ work and is developing a broad practice, in particular in Clinical Negligence, Personal Injury, Inquests, and Public Law and Human Rights. Charlotte joined Chambers as a tenant in March 2018 following successful completion of pupillage.
As a tenant, Charlotte has appeared in court in a variety of civil hearings on behalf of both claimants and defendants. She also regularly appears before Coroners and has provided representation in immigration proceedings before the First Tier Tribunal. Charlotte has also represented local residents’ associations in planning inquiries on a pro bono basis, instructed through the Environmental Law Foundation.
Charlotte has advised on liability and quantum in complex clinical negligence matters and is keen to develop this aspect of her practice. She also assisted with the preparation of witness evidence in the Uber London Limited v TFL licence appeal before Westminster Magistrates’ Court.
During pupillage at One Crown Office Row, Charlotte was involved in public, clinical negligence and professional regulatory matters. During her twelve month pupillage, Charlotte assisted in a range of public law, EU/competition law and commercial law matters.
Prior to commencing pupillage at One Crown Office Row, Charlotte was the judicial assistant to Lord Neuberger at the Supreme Court of the United Kingdom. In 2014, Charlotte taught undergraduate Contract law and European Union law at the University of Oxford.
The Liability of Private Hospitals & Clinics: Lessons from the Paterson Litigation - Nov 2018
Charlotte Gilmartin prepares to run the Royal Parks Half Marathon in aid of the Public Law Project - Oct 2018
Delighted to announce Charlotte Gilmartin as a new tenant - Mar 2018
Jonathan Metzer and Charlotte Gilmartin appear in significant planning inquiry regarding proposed development - Feb 2018