Rachel Marcus has developed a specialised healthcare practice. She acts in high-value clinical negligence matters, including birth injury and spinal injury claims.
She is a highly experienced inquest advocate, appearing on behalf of both families and healthcare providers in inquests involving hospital and mental health settings, prisons and the community. Rachel is experienced in front of juries and in Article 2 inquests.
She also acts in the Court of Protection on behalf of the Official Solicitor as well as healthcare providers and funders, and in the Mental Health Review Tribunal, as well as in the various healthcare disciplinary tribunals.View full profile »
Law Pod UK Ep. 136: Essential Inquest Law Updates - Feb 2021
1COR hosts Sutton Trust students for an insight into life at the Bar - Oct 2019
Is this too sensitive? Dealing with difficult issues in Inquests and Inquiries - Oct 2019
Rachel Marcus represents family at inquest into death of Oliver Hall - Jun 2019
1COR members featured in the latest AvMA Newsletter - Apr 2018
Law Pod UK Ep. 15: Inquests and Article 2 - Oct 2017
1COR Public Law Seminar – Life, Liberty & Security - Sep 2017
Profits from the sale of the Inquest Book given to the Bar Pro Bono Unit - Nov 2016
Philip Havers QC, Rachel Marcus and Kate Beattie contribute to 5th edition of Clinical Negligence - Sep 2015
Rachel Marcus acting in clinical negligence claim against an out-of-hours GP - Jan 2015
Rachel Marcus has returned to full time practice following her maternity leave - Feb 2014
Ten 1COR members and our Chambers Academic have contributed to the 3rd Edition of “Burnett-Hall on Environmental Law” - Feb 2013