John Hunter practises across the field of administrative and public law and, in particular, planning and environmental law, housing law, prison law, immigration and asylum law, discrimination and human rights.
From 2004–5 Hunter was judicial assistant to Lord Rodger and Lord Nicholls in the House of Lords.
He acts for a mix of individuals, companies, public authorities and other interest groups across these areas.
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This material was sourced from the Kings Chambers website.
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