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Sasha Blackmore

Sasha Blackmore


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Sasha Blackmore was called to the Bar in 2005 and specialises in public, planning, environmental, EU and information rights law.  She has appeared at all levels up to the Supreme Court and has extensive experience of judicial review proceedings, statutory appeals and planning inquiries. Sasha appears regularly in the Administrative Court and the Planning Court; she had conduct of well over 100 oral permission hearings in 2015-2016. She is recommended as a leading junior by the Legal 500 2016 for Administrative & Public law, which states that "she has an excellent manner with clients that gives them confidence".

Sasha has a particular interest in environmental-related matters in public and planning law, and spent time on a Pegasus scholarship in Australia and New Zealand examining their system of environmental and planning courts. Sasha has also been a Trustee and Director of Forum for the Future and has been a Trustee and Director of the United Kingdom Environmental Law Association as a member of the Governing Council. 

In September 2016, Sasha was appointed to the Attorney-General's "B" Panel of Junior Counsel. She is also one of a small number of barristers appointed to the Equality and Human Rights Commission’s Panel Counsel in 2015.

For further details about Sasha’s areas of expertise, please click on the links below:

Environmental law

Planning law

Public law