Charles Feeny is a practising barrister and mediator. He has been involved in legal education and publication for over 20 years. In 2001 he co-authored with Doug Cooper and Per Laleng “Mesothelioma, asbestos and causation” in JPIL which introduced the argument for apportionment in mesothelioma claims successfully deployed in Barker.
Since 2001, he has actively participated in debate and publication on legal issues as well as being instructed in a number of leading cases.
In April 2020, he co-authored with Professor Gus Baker and Sam Irvine “Medical Accidents: A Socratic Resolution”) in the International Journal of Patient Safety and Risk Management. In 2022, he published with Per Laleng. “Law and Epidemiological Evidence: Double, Toil and Trouble” in the University of Western Australia Law Review, Vol 49, Issue 1 reflecting on two major events organised by Pro Vide Law in relation to the issues surrounding the use of Epidemiological evidence in court.
Called to the Bar in 1997, Lorraine first qualified as a solicitor in 1999. As a solicitor, Lorraine ran an extremely demanding Employment and Immigration practice which involved all aspects of both areas of law and judicial review work. Lorraine was a participant in Liverpool Law Society committee work.
In 2002 Lorraine joined India Building Chambers and following a merger in 2013 she became part of St Johns Buildings Chambers. In April 2015 she joined Complete Counsel.
During her time in Chambers Lorraine’s practice has expanded into personal injury work followed by Professional Negligence.
Ana specialises in Clinical Negligence and Personal Injury. She also undertakes both free standing inquests and those linked to clinical negligence and personal injury claims.
Ana frequently represents both Claimants and Defendants (NHSLA and private individuals) in both clinical negligence and high value personal injury actions undertaking advisory, drafting and advocacy work.
Ana deals with all nature of hearings from interlocutory matters through to JSM and final hearing.
Ana has conduct of both high value, in excess of £1 million, and brain injury claims
A Clinical Neuropsychologist who has worked for 30 years as an academic clinician spending his time equally between clinical practice (Walton Centre for Neurology and Neurosurgery) and clinical research.
He currently serves as Secretary General for the International Bureau for Epilepsy, a global organisation supporting Epilepsy charities to improve the quality of life with of those with the condition.
Professor Baker also serves the International League against Epilepsy as an executive member and a member of a number of task forces.
He has published over 300 papers, chapters and books on neuropsychological matters with a specific emphasis on epilepsy.
John de Bono KC
John de Bono KC is a leading clinical negligence practitioner who practices from Serjeants Inn Chambers.
John is regularly instructed by claimants and defendants in the most complex and highest value medical cases.
Most recently he appeared for the successful claimant in CNZ v Bath in which an appeal to the Court of Appeal is pending.
Professor Sandy Steel
Sandy Steel is Professor of Law and Philosophy of Law in the Faculty of Law at Oxford and Lee Shau Kee’s Sir Man Kam Lo Fellow in Law at Wadham College.
He has held visiting appointments at the University of Hong Kong, the National University of Singapore, the University of Münster, and New York University.