Jo accepts instructions in all areas of Chambers’ work and has a broad practice, in particular in public law and human rights, clinical negligence, personal injury, inquests, employment and sports law.

She regularly acts for both claimants and defendants in complex clinical negligence matters. She developed significant experience in high value claims, including birth injuries and catastrophic injuries, during a lengthy specialist medical negligence secondment.

Jo is currently one of the junior counsel to the Brook House Inquiry, a public inquiry established to investigate the decisions, actions and circumstances surrounding the mistreatment of detainees at Brook House Immigration Removal Centre shown in the BBC Panorama programme “Under-Cover: Britain’s Immigration Secrets”.

Jo is a member of the Attorney General’s B Panel. She undertakes a wide range of government work, including immigration, information law, prison law, personal injury and employment. She is currently involved in a number of judicial review proceedings concerning EU and ECHR law in respect of asylum seeking children, and has appeared before the High Court, Upper Tribunal and the Court of Appeal in Dublin III cases.

Jo is a member of the Sport Resolutions pro bono panel, representing athletes in regulatory proceedings such as anti-doping hearings. She also acts in sports injury matters.

Jo Moore is our Head of Outreach at chambers. Listen to her discuss widening access to the Bar on episode 84 of our podcast Law Pod UK here.

She is recommended by both Chambers & Partners and the Legal 500 as a leading junior.

Jo was shortlisted for the Diversity & Inclusion: Future Leader Award at the 2023 Chambers UK Bar Awards, and was a 2020 Finalist for Rising Star – Barrister of the Year at the Women In Law Awards.

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