Provided by Amy Mannion
Amy Mannion's main areas of practice are public law, public inquiries, and indirect tax and duties. She is a member of the Attorney General’s A Panel of Counsel.
Amy is a strong public law practitioner, with particular expertise in judicial review arising in context of regulatory, disciplinary, tax, duties, policing and prisons decisions, those concerning inquiries and reviews, and those with a criminal law background or context. Amy also has a wealth of experience in judicial review injunction matters.
She has also been instructed in a number of public inquiries for a range of clients:
- First junior for the Commission of the Metropolitan Police Service in the Undercover Policing Inquiry.
- First junior for a central government department in the Covid Public Inquiry.
- Leading counsel for Her Majesty’s Chief Inspector of Prisons in the public inquiry into events at Brook House Immigration Removal Centre (arising from secret filming by BBC Panorama).
Amy is also well known for her indirect taxes and duties work. Due to her strong public law practice, Amy is often instructed in public law cases concerning tax matters, both for taxpayers and for HMRC. She acts in all levels of tribunals and up to the Supreme Court and CJEU.