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Carine Patry

Carine Patry

YEAR OF CALL 1999clerks@landmarkchambers.co.uk

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Carine Patry was called to the Bar in 2000 and is a public and administrative law specialist. She also has a wide-ranging planning and environmental law practice. Prior to commencing practice she worked at the New York State Defenders Association (New York Office) and also completed a stage at the European Court of Human Rights. In September 2016, Carine was appointed to the Attorney-General's "A" panel of Junior Treasury Counsel following eight years on the "B" Panel and three years on the "C" Panel. In summer 2011, Carine was appointed as junior counsel to the Leveson Inquiry, a judicial inquiry into the culture, practices and ethics of the press, following the News International ‘phone hacking' scandal.

Public Law
In the field of public law, Carine has strong public law and judicial review experience, and has particular expertise in asylum & immigration, planning, care standards, education, inquests, social security, local government and human rights. Her particular areas of interest have meant that unlike many public lawyers, she has extensive experience of cross-examination, including cross-examination of experts. For further information please click here. She is ranked by the Legal 500 as a leading junior for Administrative & Public law: "A public and administrative law specialist with allied strengths in planning and environment matters."

Planning Law
In the field of planning, Carine regularly represents clients at inquiries on all aspects of planning law. For full information on recent work please click here.

Carine is also a CEDR-accredited mediator.

Carine is an IPSEA (Independent Panel for Special Educational Advice) adviser and representative. Carine is an active member of both the Administrative Law Bar Association and the Bar Pro Bono Unit.