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Tom Cross practices in the areas of administrative & public, constitutional, human rights, education, professional discipline and regulation, sport, data protection and media, EU, local government, employment, and commercial law. He appears in courts and tribunals at al levels up to the Supreme Court, acting both for claimants and defendants. Recent instructions include acting in the lockdown (Dolan), Article 50 (Miler) and ‘Black Cab Rapist’ (Radford) judicial reviews, the dispute between Christ Church College, Oxford, and its Dean, and the claim by Sir Philip Rutnam against the Secretary of State for the Home Department. His private and public sector clients range from major companies to private individuals, governments, and regulatory bodies. He is appointed Panel Counsel to the Crown, Panel Counsel to the Welsh Government, and Panel Counsel to the Equality and Human Rights Commission. His memberships include ALBA, BEG, and ELA. His writing includes: Education and the Courts (LexisNexis: forthcoming); Judicial Review, Supperstone, Walker and Goudie (Butterworths: 2019); The Protections for Religious Rights (OUP: 2013); The Law of Regulatory Enforcement and Sanctions (OUP: 2011); and articles in The Times, Judicial Review, the European Advocate and the Education Law Journal among others. He was educated at The Queen’s College, Oxford University where he gained a Double First Class degree in Modern Languages. He studied law at City University, London.