What we do
The twenty-first century is the era of accountability. Whether you are an NGO, a public authority or an individual working in a regulated profession, difficult decision-making and the maintenance of standards are subject to greater public scrutiny than ever before.
Broadway House Chambers has a proven track record in representing organisations and individuals in highly sensitive regulatory matters, as well as in judicial review applications. Drawing on their multi-disciplinary expertise and knowledge, our Regulation and Judicial Review practitioners provide a first-rate service that is tailored to each individual client’s needs.
Our barristers are instructed to represent clients in front of regulatory panels, including:
- General Medical Council
- Nursing & Midwifery Council
- General Dental Council
- Care Quality Commission
- Teaching Agency
- Ofsted internal appeals
- Solicitors Regulation Authority
- Bar Standards Board
- Health and Social Care Chambers of the First-Tier and Upper Tribunals
- Residential Property Tribunals
Team members frequently appear in the High Court on JR cases – several of which have progressed up the appellate system to become precedent-setting authorities – and some members have specialist training and experience in disputes involving the European Convention on Human Rights. Examples of important cases in which our barristers have appeared include:
R (Lock) v Leicester City Council  EWHC 2058
CC of South Yorkshire v Information Commissioner  EWHC 44
CC of Humberside Police v Information Commissioner  EWCA Civ 1079
- R (A) v South Yorkshire Police  EWHC 126
R (Marper & S) v CC of South Yorkshire  UKHL 39
For further information about our Regulation and Judicial Review team members, or to enquire about availability, please contact our dedicated Civil Clerking Team.