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Imogen Proud

Call: 2015

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    Education

    MA (Cantab) Double First Class Honours;
    GDL (City Law School) Distinction; BPTC (City Law School) Outstanding

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    Introduction

    Imogen is a public law specialist. She is regularly instructed in the most high-profile judicial reviews and in cases of national significance.

    Imogen’s public law practice includes the following areas:

    • Commercial judicial review
    • Human rights and civil liberties
    • Education law
    • Community care
    • Local government

    Imogen’s public law practice encompasses a number of Monckton’s specialist areas including procurement, EU law/EU relations law, telecommunications and commercial and utilities regulation.

    Imogen was appointed to the Attorney General’s C Panel when 3 years into tenancy. She entered the legal directories in her fourth year of tenancy. Imogen is ranked as a Rising Star for Administrative and Public law by Legal 500 and as ‘Up and Coming’ in Administrative and Public law by Chambers and Partners.

    Now 6 years’ call, Imogen has 13 reported cases, 4 of which are categorised by Westlaw UK as ‘significant’ judgments. She has appeared in the Court of Appeal four times and in October 2022 will appear in the Supreme Court in R (VIP) v SSHD.

    Imogen was shortlisted for an award in the Women in Law Awards 2020 in the category “Rising star – barrister/advocate of the year”.

    Imogen is Public Access Qualified. She regularly acts for individuals in receipt of legal aid. She is also a member of the panel of counsel of Advocate, a charity which sources free legal help for those otherwise facing legal problems alone.

    Imogen was awarded double first class honours in Philosophy at Cambridge, ranking third across the university in both part I and part II of Tripos. She had a first career as a state school classroom teacher in Hackney; a challenging environment in which success demanded clear and persuasive communication, and grit. This also gave Imogen first-hand experience of working in the public sector which she puts to use in her public law practice. Imogen then went to City Law School, where she was awarded a Distinction in the GDL and Outstanding in the BPTC. Imogen is a Wadoryu karate black belt.

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