The Editorial Team is comprised of barristers at 1 Crown Office Row. In addition, barristers from across chambers contribute by writing articles. To see all the articles written by a particular author, select their name from the list in the sidebar.

Rajkiran Barhey (Call: 2017) – Editor-in-Chief

Kiran is the Editor-in-Chief of QMLR and creator of the QMLR Archive. She is developing a broad practice, especially in clinical negligence, personal injury, inquests and public law. She has particular experience in inquests (including Article 2 inquests) and quantum in high-value CN/PI claims. She is currently instructed by the Grenfell Tower Inquiry and has undertaken a secondment at a leading clinical negligence law firm. Click here for Kiran’s full profile.

Jeremy Hyam QC (Call: 1995, QC: 2016) – Editorial Team

Jeremy is a specialist in clinical negligence, administrative and public law, inquests, public inquiries, and professional regulatory work.  He has particular experience in all aspects of health law and has appeared in a number of leading cases in the field at all levels including in the Supreme Court and Privy Council. Click here for Jeremy’s full profile.

Shaheen Rahman QC (Call 1996, QC: 2017) – Editorial Team

Shaheen Rahman QC specialises in public law, clinical negligence and professional discipline.  Recognised by the legal directories as a leading practitioner in multiple areas, she is instructed in complex and high value clinical negligence matters including catastrophic brain injury cases and has particular expertise in judicial review challenges to healthcare funding decisions. She appears at inquests involving detained or otherwise vulnerable patients and acts for healthcare professionals in regulatory and MHPS proceedings. Click here for Shaheen’s full profile.

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Suzanne Lambert (Call: 2002) – Editorial Team

Suzanne has a broad practice, with a particular focus on healthcare/medical law. She has experience mainly in clinical negligence and inquests, but also in disciplinary law and judicial review. Suzanne is instructed by claimants and defendants in a wide variety of cases involving serious and catastrophic injuries e.g. cerebral palsy, spinal injuries, loss of fertility, and delayed diagnosis of cancer. She has experience with complex legal issues such as contributory negligence, apportionment between defendants, and consent. Click here for Suzanne’s full profile.

Matthew Flinn (Call: 2010) – Editorial Team

Matt’s practice spans all areas of Chambers’ work, including clinical negligence, personal injury, public law and human rights. He is developing particular expertise in inquests and clinical and dental negligence claims, acting for both claimants and defendants. He undertakes a wide range of advisory and court work. He also has experience in information law and has advised in private litigation stemming from the Data Protection Act 1998. Click here for Matt’s full profile.

Dominic Ruck Keene (Call: 2012) – Editorial Team

Dominic has considerable experience of acting in clinical negligence claims for both claimants and defendants: drafting pleadings, advising on merits, quantum and settlement; successfully representing parties at RTMs and at mediation; as well as appearing in case management hearings, application hearings, and at trial in both the County and High Courts. As a result of his background in the Army, Dominic has a particular interest and expertise in cases involving service personnel and National Security. He is on the Attorney General’s C Panel. Click here for Dominic’s full profile.