Adam Fullwood’s main areas of practice are public and administrative law (community care/adult social services, healthcare, medical treatment, mental capacity, housing, inquests, prison and immigration), human rights law, Court of Protection (welfare and property and affairs), public procurement and local government.
He is a member of the Attorney General’s regional panel. He is also a member of the Treasury Solicitor’s Freedom of Information panel and the Equality and Human Rights Commission panel of Counsel.
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This material was sourced from the Kings Chambers website.
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