In Conversation With…Robert Kellar QC and Edite Ligere on “Artificial Intelligence, Real Headache?” - Mar 2020
Robert Kellar QC has a broad civil, regulatory and public law practice which encompasses: clinical negligence, professional discipline and regulation, judicial review and human rights, healthcare, personal injury, inquests and employment law.
He is has been recommended by Chambers & Partners and the Legal 500 for many years as a leading practitioner.
In clinical negligence both claimants and defendants instruct him in all types of case. He acts for both individuals and healthcare institutions. He has particular experience in complex, multi-party and high value litigation. He was recently instructed in the Ian Paterson Group Litigation.
Robert acts for healthcare and other professionals in cases before regulatory and disciplinary tribunals He is also instructed in judicial reviews and appeals to the High Court. He recently appeared in a successful appeal to the Court of Appeal in Raychaudhuri v. GMC (dishonesty – healthcare).
Robert has extensive experience in public, administrative law and human rights law. He acts for both Claimants and Defendants. Previously a member of the Attorney General’s A-Panel, he is instructed by government departments in the High Court and Court of Appeal. He has a particular interest in cases involving healthcare and immigration matters.
Robert is recognised as a leading practitioner in personal injury law. He is instructed by both claimants and defendants, including by major Government Departments. He has experience in all types of personal injury claims, including road traffic cases and accidents at work. Robert is also instructed in cases involving allegations of historic sexual abuse. He was junior counsel for the claimants in Various Claimants v. Barclays Bank (vicarious liability of Bank for sexual abuse by GP).
Robert acts for both claimants and respondents, including a range of government departments, in the Employment Tribunal and in the EAT. He has particular experience in unfair dismissal and all types of discrimination and victimisation claims. He is also instructed to act on behalf of employees, particularly healthcare professionals, in disciplinary hearings.View full profile »
Scope of Duty and Causation: Chester v Afshar Revisited in Leeds - Feb 2020
The 1COR Quarterly Medical Law Review – Autumn 2019 – Issue 3 - Dec 2019
Lizanne Gumbel QC and Robert Kellar QC in Supreme Court case on Vicarious Liability: Barclays Bank v Various Claimants - Nov 2019
Scope of Duty and Causation: Chester v Afshar Revisited - Jun 2019
Congratulations to Neil Sheldon QC & Robert Kellar QC on taking silk today - Mar 2019
Congratulations to new silks Neil Sheldon and Robert Kellar - Jan 2019
Richard Booth QC and Robert Kellar to speak at MBL Clinical Negligence 2018 Conference - Nov 2018
The End, the Beginning of the End or the End of the Beginning: Erasure, Remediation and Rights of Appeal in Disciplinary Proceedings - Nov 2018
The Liability of Private Hospitals & Clinics: Lessons from the Paterson Litigation - Nov 2018
Robert Kellar and Michael Deacon overturn dishonesty finding against doctor in Court of Appeal - Sep 2018
Elizabeth-Anne Gumbel QC and Robert Kellar win in the Court of Appeal regarding an employer’s vicarious liability in Barclays Bank v Various Claimants - Jul 2018
30th AvMA Clinical Negligence Conference - Jun 2018
The Liability of Private Hospitals and Clinics - Feb 2018
Robert Kellar succeeds before Lord Chief Justice in challenge to Home Office injunction - Feb 2018
Elizabeth-Anne Gumbel QC and Robert Kellar win preliminary issue on vicarious liability in the High Court - Sep 2017
Elizabeth-Anne Gumbel QC and Robert Kellar succeed in establishing vicarious liability of bank for sexual assaults - Aug 2017
Paterson case listed in The Lawyer top 20 cases for 2017 - Jan 2017
New appointments to the Attorney General’s A and C Panels - Feb 2014
Robert Kellar in High Court ruling that General Medical Council is too late with child sex abuse complaint - Sep 2013
Members Appointed to the Legal Services Board External Panel of Legal Advisors - Dec 2012
New Appointments to the Attorney General’s A, B and C Panels – February 2012 - Feb 2012