Clayton QC, Richard
Richard Clayton QC undertakes a wide range of advisory and litigation work, both for and against public bodies.
His range of expertise covers community care, data protection/Freedom of Information, discrimination and public sector equality duties, education, environmental, healthcare, human rights, local government (for example, vires and powers, constitutional issues and governance, elections and finance), public procurement, prison law, Privy Council and international work, and regulatory/disciplinary work.
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