John McKendrick has provided his clients with high-quality legal services for more than 12 years. His practice focuses on public, regulatory and commercial work.
McKendrick regularly acts for the UK government before the UK courts following his appointment to the Attorney General’s B Panel of Counsel in 2012 and his appointment as standing junior counsel to the Advocate General for Scotland (McKendrick is a qualified advocate in Scotland).
McKendrick is highly ranked in a number of areas of law in the Legal 500 and Chambers Partners and has recently been described as “an incredibly articulate advocate” and “an excellent and astute practitioner” who has received “outstanding feedback”.
Much of his practice focuses on public and regulatory matters. McKendrick regularly appears in the Court of Appeal, the High Court, the Administrative Court, the Court of Protection, the Upper Tribunal, disciplinary hearings and specialist tribunals. He has experience of litigation involving all forms of public law decision making, including cases that deal with: human rights; healthcare; commercial and financial services; education; public procurement; mental health and incapacity; immigration; and local government.
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