Pupillage Application Tips and Life at the Bar with 1COR - Dec 2021
Darragh is developing a broad public law practice. Prior to coming to the Bar, he had published academic articles and blog posts on a range of public law matters in the UK and Ireland and he recently contributed to the Fifth Edition of Administrative Law in Ireland, the leading work on Administrative law and judicial review in the Irish Legal system.
Darragh’s academic interest in public law is complemented by the experiences he gained in pupillage under the supervision of both Amy Manion and Alasdair Henderson, whom he assisted with the drafting of pleadings and advice in a number of public law cases.
In his own practice, Darragh recently acted for the Applicant in R (Zeghli) v Secretary of State for the Home Department, in which the Applicant sought Judicial Review of the Secretary of State’s decision not to treat her immigration appeal as a fresh claim. In granting permission following an oral permission hearing, the Upper Tribunal Judge commented that Mr Coffey had “conducted himself impeccably” during the hearing.
Darragh is a member of the Attorney General’s ‘Junior Junior’ panel and has assisted both the Government Legal Department and HMRC with document review and disclosure exercises on large cases.
- R (Bell and another) v. Tavistock and Portman NHS Foundation Trust (2021): Legal challenge to legality of transgender treatment for children.
- KB v Secretary of State for the Home Department (2021): Secured leave to remain for Mauritian National.
- R (Zeghli) v Secretary for State for the Home Department (Upper Tribunal): Judicial review of SSHD’s refusal to consider the Applicant’s appeal as a fresh claim.
Court of Appeal overturns high-profile judgment on children’s ability to consent to puberty blockers for gender dysphoria - Sep 2021
Get your copy of the 1COR Bundle 2021-22 now - Jun 2021
Darragh Coffey Secures leave to remain for Mauritian National - May 2021
Inquest into death of Toddler at Butlins concludes - Mar 2021
Inquest into death of teenager from glandular fever - Mar 2021
Landmark ruling on whether children can consent to puberty blocker treatment for gender dysphoria - Dec 2020
Tonight’s the night for the Bar Pro Bono Awards - Nov 2020
Undercover Policing Inquiry’s hearings begin today - Nov 2020
Congratulations to our 5 juniors nominated for Advocate’s Young Pro Bono Barrister of the Year Award - Oct 2020
Darragh Coffey examines recent key developments relating to the doctrine of vicarious liability on Lexis Nexis PSL - Sep 2020
1COR Quarterly Medical Law Review – 2020 – Special Issue – Part 3 - Jul 2020
Emma-Louise Fenelon and Darragh Coffey successful in Askham Bog Planning Inquiry - May 2020
1COR Quarterly Medical Law Review – 2020 – Special Issue – Part 2 - Apr 2020
LawPod UK Ep. 108: Renewed lockdown, new guidance - Apr 2020
1COR Quarterly Medical Law Review -2020 – Special Issue - Mar 2020
Inquest into death of Toddler from Choking at Butlins - Jan 2020
Emma-Louise Fenelon and Darragh Coffey represent Yorkshire Wildlife Trust to protect Askham Bog - Dec 2019
1COR hosts Sutton Trust students for an insight into life at the Bar - Oct 2019
1COR delighted to welcome Darragh Coffey and Thomas Beamont as new tenants - Sep 2019
1COR Brighton’s annual Ghulam Hussain Volleyball Cup is here! - Jul 2019
1COR welcomes new pupils Darragh Coffey, Thomas Beamont and Michael Spencer - Oct 2018