Kate Beattie joins Doughty Street Chambers

06.06.16 | |

Doughty Street Chambers is delighted to welcome Kate Beattie as a new member.

 

Kate’s expertise spans public and private law with a particular focus on all aspects of health law, including health-related judicial review and human rights claims, equality and discrimination law, clinical negligence, inquests and public inquiries. 

 

She is described as "an excellent junior who is creative and really gets stuck into a case" in Chambers & Partners 2016 and "a feisty advocate who is one to watch" by the Legal 500 2015.

Kate has particular expertise in human rights and is a member of the Equality and Human Rights Commission panel of specialist counsel.  Her practice involves acting for individuals in a range of contexts securing health rights and access to justice.  She acts for and advises charities and NGOs before domestic and European courts.  Kate has published widely on human rights, including for Halsbury’s Laws.

 

To view Kate’s full profile please click here.

 

For further information please contact Adam Wyse (Civil Business Development Director).

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