About Lamb Building

Chambers comprises individuals who specialise in one or more of our key areas of practice, namely:

ADULT WELFARE: "Best Interest" cases, Court of Protection and judicial review.

CRIMINAL LAW: Our Criminal Team defends and prosecutes cases at all levels of seriousness and in all levels of court, both nationally and internationally.

EMPLOYMENT AND DISCRIMINATION LAW: For employers and employees.

FAMILY LAW: Children: public and private law; matrimonial property; TOLATA; special educational needs; child abduction; domestic abuse.

FINANCIAL LITIGATION & FRAUD: Confiscation and forfeiture cases; cases involving complex fraud; VAT tribunals; civil recovery; insolvency.

HOUSING LAW: For tenants and housing authorities; landlord & tenant; judicial review of local authority decisions.

IMMIGRATION, ASYLUM & NATIONALITY: The members of our Immigration and Nationality team provide advice and representation at all levels in relation to asylum, personal and business immigration, British nationality, statelessness, and related matters.

INQUESTS & PUBLIC INQUIRIES.

MENTAL HEALTH: Mental Health Review Tribunals; cases involving a substantial mental health element e.g. manslaughter by reason of diminished responsibility.

POLICE LAW, ACTIONS AGAINST THE POLICE, POCA, SOPO & ASBO CASES: Both on behalf of and against the police.

PRISON LAW & PRISONERS' RIGHTS: adjudications; categorisation disputes; parole hearings; prison crime; judicial review. Also miscarriage of justice and CCRC cases.

PUBLIC LAW, JUDICIAL REVIEW, HUMAN RIGHTS, and EUROPEAN LAW: These permeate much of the work done in our core practice areas and are a focus for many of our members.

REGULATORY & DISCIPLINARY LAW: Health and Safety; professional conduct regulation; general regulatory law; professional disciplinary tribunals; claims against medical, therapeutic and other professionals.

SPORTS LAW: Allegations of misconduct by sportsmen and women, sports bodies; procedural issues (e.g. challenges to selection); conflicts within sporting bodies; equine law.

OTHER SPECIALISATIONS: Individual members maintain other areas of specialisation, most notably personal injury, probate and general property work.