Benjamin Bradley practises in the fields of medical law, personal injury and crime (including health and safety).
He is recommended by both leading legal directories, being described in the Legal 500 as “a star of the future” and by Chambers and Partners as being “especially good on black letter law”.
Bradley’s medical law practice encompasses clinical negligence matters; disciplinary work before professional misconduct tribunals; inquests; and public law applications in respect of medical treatment.
He has been involved extensively in the recent landmark cases relating to the law of assisted suicide and voluntary euthanasia. Bradley appeared as junior counsel on behalf of the intervener in the landmark cases of R (on the application of Purdy) v Director of Public Prosecutions  EWCA Civ 92;  UKHL 45, and Nicklinson v Ministry of Justice & others/AM v DPP and others  EWHC 2381 (Admin).
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