Public Law Webinar mini-series

16 Apr 2021

The Public Law Practice Group at Monckton Chambers is delighted to be offering its first public law webinar mini-series. Join our specialist practitioners for three 45-minute sessions covering issues of topical interest in administrative law. We encourage all those with an interest in public law to join us: solicitors, barristers, academics, students, in-house legal teams and charities. Each webinar takes the form of a panel discussion chaired by one of Monckton’s leading public law silks.

Webinar 1 – 28 April, 1pm:  An update on discrimination law – where are we now?

A good understanding of discrimination law is an essential part of many public law practitioners’ toolkits. The panel will review the most important recent cases and their implications, as well as providing practical advice.

Chair: Tim Ward QC

Azeem Suterwalla
Ciar McAndrew
Michael Armitage

The recording is available here


Webinar 2 – 5 May, 1pm: Procedure in the Admin Court – tips and tricks

In this webinar, four of Monckton’s regular Administrative Court users will share and discuss some of their ‘tricks of the trade’, to help attendees to increase the likelihood of bringing successful judicial reviews or, conversely, to strengthen their defence to challenges.

Chair: Tim Ward QC

Azeem Suterwalla
Imogen Proud
Will Perry

The recording is available here


Webinar 3 – 12 May, 1pm: Developments in public law arising out of Covid 19

This webinar considers the impact of one of the most important events  in recent UK history, the Covid-19 pandemic, upon administrative law. The panel will review the most important Covid-related case law and will discuss the lasting effect which these cases, and the pandemic itself, may have on both the substance of public law challenges and procedure in the Administrative Court and beyond.

Chair: Robert Palmer QC

Ian Rogers QC
Anneli Howard QC
Khatija Hafesji

The recording is available here