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Alistair Mills practises in planning and environmental law, and in public law.  He is frequently instructed on his own account, but enjoys working as part of a team.  He has as strong academic background (he has taught at a Cambridge college for many years), and has appeared in a number of cases in which the law has developed.    

Planning and Environmental Law

In planning matters, Alistair represents the full range of clients: private developers, objectors, central and local government.  He has experience of hearings and inquiries before inspectors, and cases in the High Court and the Court of Appeal.  He is an Assistant Editor of the Encyclopedia of Planning Law and Practice.

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Public Law

Alistair is on the Attorney General’s Civil Panel of Counsel: C Panel.  He appears for individuals and government bodies in public law cases.  He is an External College Lecturer in Law at Magdalene College, Cambridge, and has taught Administrative Law since 2010.  He is the Assistant Editor of the journal Judicial Review

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Outside Work

Alistair is married, and lives in London.  He attends church at St Mark’s Kennington, where he helps with the children’s work and music.  He plays the viola and the piano.  He is a member of Surrey County Cricket Club.