Illegal drug use a bar to care and deputyship claim - May 2016
Professional Discipline & Regulation
Robert Seabrook QC has extensive experience in Professional Discipline. Chambers & Partners have recognised him as a leading practitioner since 2008.
“[He] is a silk with an impressive level of experience in professional discipline work.” He has an assured style of advocacy, and the “ability to handle the most difficult cross-examinations in a very smooth way.” One impressed instructing solicitor recommended that he be employed “when you need the big guns.” (Chambers & Partners 2013)
“Few, if any, can rightly claim to have the advocacy experience of Seabrook, who is widely applauded for his “excellent work” in GMC hearings and criminal medical malpractice cases.” (Chambers & Partners 2012)
“[He is]really good at tough cross examinations”, a legacy of his background in criminal law. “If you want someone with natural authority who the tribunal will listen to, he’s your man.” (Chambers & Partners 2011)
“Robert Seabrook QC comes highly recommended for his excellent forensic skills. Police and medical crime and disciplinary work are his forte and he fits neatly into the high-profile case arena, having such cases as the prosecution of Professor Sir Roy Meadows under his belt.” (Chambers & Partners 2008)
- Dr Magdi Bassilius  EWHC 2857 (Admin).
- Sir Roy Meadow GMC (2005).
- Professor Nicholaides GMC (1998) .
- Rodney Ledwood GMC (1998).
- John Studd GMC (1996).
The Hon Sir John Wood MC Passes Away Obituary by Robert Seabrook QC - Feb 2017
Robert Seabrook QC selected to sit on new NHS Litigation Authority Mediation Service - Jan 2017
Robert Seabrook QC and Sarah Lambert represent the widow of a man who died from cancer which his GP failed to diagnose years earlier - Jan 2014
Robert Seabrook QC and Iain O’Donnell secure landmark win for the RSPCA on interpretation of the Animal Welfare Act 2006′ - Mar 2013
Robert Seabrook QC and Martin Forde QC in 7-day Health & Safety case - Nov 2011
Robert Seabrook QC and Iain O’Donnell in appeal of biggest ever animal welfare prosecution - May 2010