Scope of work
In addition to other areas within public and human rights law specified on this website, many barristers at 36 Public & Human Rights have diverse practices taking in further public law specialties, applying judicial review or other public law in a broader context, or covering the junction of public and human rights work with other areas of law.
Areas of Expertise
Beyond the other areas of public and human rights law members of 36 P&HR have expertise in dealing with all the following:
- Judicial Review generally
- Public Enquiries
- Freedom of Information
- Children’s Rights
- Criminal Justice Rights
- Damages and compensation
- Unlawful detention
- Equality Act 2010 rights (other than employment- for employment law see here)
- Extradition (dealt with within 36 Crime)
- Family Rights
- International Human Rights
- Local Authorities
- Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking
Our clerking team (see below) are able to advise regarding individual specialisms
Individual team members are fluent, or have a high level of proficiency, in French, German, Hindi, Italian, Punjabi, Russian, Spanish, Polish and Urdu.
Our barristers are supported by a dedicated team of Clerks and Fees Clerks, whose background and contact details may be seen via the Chambers staff page.