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Sam’s main areas of practice are administrative law (including commercial judicial review) and human rights law, regulatory law, public procurement and state aid law, Court of Protection and mental health, arbitration (domestic and international commercial) and information law. He has been a member of the Attorney General’s regional panel of Treasury Counsel for almost a decade and has been constantly recommended as a leading junior. Sam is a Member of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators and is admitted as a practitioner in the Dubai International Finance Centre (DIFC) Court.
LLM(Lond.), LLB(Hons), PG Dip Laws, MCIArb (Int. Arbitration) Call in 2002 (Grays Inn).
Kings Chambers: Head of Administrative & Public Law; Head of Recruitment
Member of the Attorney General's Regional Panel. Member of the Executive Committee of the Administrative Law Bar Association (ALBA). Northern Administrative Law Association (NALA), Acting Chair. Director of Manchester Public Law Pro-Bono Scheme.
(1) joint editor of Judicial Review: law and practice (2nd edition) with Mrs Justice Patterson, (2) contributor to Bullen and Leake and Jacob's Precedents of Pleadings (Common Law Library), (3) editor of the Human Rights Perspective on Reducing Restrictive Practice in Intellectual Disability and Autism, and (4) editor of ‘Public Law Online’ (an online public law information portal operated by Jordans)
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