Suzanne Lambert discusses ‘Psychiatric injury: Primary rules’ in latest Personal Injury Law Journal - Apr 2019
Suzanne has a particular interest in public law and human rights, with a particular focus on immigration and asylum, unlawful detention, prisons, inquests and mental health.
Suzanne has extensive experience in judicial review and particularly in immigration, prisons and tax judicial review, as is indicated by the list of selected cases below. She has appeared in all levels of courts up to the Supreme Court and the Privy Council.
Suzanne is passionate about immigration, asylum and human rights. She has been using her experience and expertise gained as a former member of the Attorney General’s Panel of Counsel (between 2007 and 2016) to build her Claimant public law practice in this area as well as in prisons and human rights more generally. She has experience in relation to Tier 2 and Tier 4 immigration, as well as asylum, and appears in instructed to appear in the High Court and the Upper Tribunal for judicial review challenges, as well as the First Tier Tribunal (appeals).
Suzanne has significant experience with inquests and appears regularly in the Coroner’s Court. She is instructed by families as well as institutions (particularly healthcare institutions and prisons) and healthcare professionals. She has considerable experience of Article 2 inquests and jury inquests.
- Juman v The Attorney General of Trinidad & Tobago & Anor  UKPC 3.
- R (ota Minister for Economic Development of Jersey and Guernsey) v HMRC  EWHC 718 (Admin).
- Massey v Governor of HM Prison Liverpool & Anor  EWHC 2270 (Admin).
- R (ota Gyamfi) v SS for Justice  EWHC 349 (Admin).
- R (ota Chester) v Parole Board & Anor  EWHC 1318 (Admin).
International Women’s Day: Joanna Glynn QC, Clodagh Bradley QC, Suzanne Lambert & Leanne Woods reflect on life at the Bar - Mar 2019
Suzanne Lambert comments on consent and IVF Clinics in the latest APIL PI Focus - Feb 2019
Jeremy Hyam QC and Suzanne Lambert in the Court of Appeal case on recoverability for damages for upbringing of healthy child as a result of wrongful conception - Dec 2018
Brain damaged child receives over £18m in compensation in clinical negligence claim - Oct 2018
1COR Public Law Seminar – Life, Liberty & Security - Sep 2017
High Court dismisses contractual claim for upbringing of healthy child on public policy grounds - Oct 2017
Suzanne Lambert and Amy Mannion return to practice after maternity leave - Sep 2015
New Appointments to the Attorney General’s A, B and C Panels – February 2013 - Feb 2013
Ten 1COR members and our Chambers Academic have contributed to the 3rd Edition of “Burnett-Hall on Environmental Law” - Feb 2013
Philippa Whipple QC and Suzanne Lambert win HMG’s case closing Channel Islands VAT loophole - Mar 2012
New Appointments to the Attorney General’s A, B and C Panels – February 2012 - Feb 2012