David Morris practised widely in common law (with an emphasis on clinical negligence) and crime before specialising.
This breadth of work has given him the skills and background knowledge required for the representation of health professionals before disciplinary tribunals and inquiries, and criminal and coroner’s courts.
Morris is instructed either directly or through solicitors by the three UK medical and dental defence organisations (Medical Protection Society, Medical Defence Union Services Limited, Medical and Dental Defence Union of Scotland). He also accepts instructions directly from uninsured health professionals under the Bar Council’s Public Access rules.
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