Abhi Mukherjee specialises in medical law. His work encompasses medical disciplinary work, clinical negligence and inquests. Mukherjee also has extensive experience of personal injury law.
In his disciplinary work, Mukherjee represents professionals such as doctors, dentists, nurses and pharmacists. He has appeared before a wide range of tribunals, including the General Medical Council, the General Dental Council, the Nursing and Midwifery Council and the Royal Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain.
In addition, Mukherjee has experience of disciplinary hearings before Primary Care Trusts and First Tier Tribunals (formerly the FHSAA) dealing with appeals from PCT hearings.
He is an experienced advocate in the Coroners’ Court and has represented a number of clients at inquests. In particular, he has appeared in a number of cases before juries and those involving Rule 43 recommendations.
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