Isabella Buono (2017 call) has joined Landmark Chambers. She will be practising across all of Chambers’ main practice areas, with a particular focus on planning, environmental and public law.
Isabella has spent the last twenty-one months as the Judicial Assistant to the President of the UK Supreme Court, Lord Reed of Allermuir.
At the Supreme Court, Isabella gained experience of a wide range of issues across her main areas of practice, including in Heathrow Airport Ltd v Friends of the Earth (on the Government’s approach to international climate change commitments when designating the Airports National Policy Statement), R (Begum) v Secretary of State for the Home Department (on the rights of an individual deprived of British citizenship after traveling to Syria and aligning with ISIS), and R (SC) v Secretary of State for Work and Pensions (on the compatibility of the two-child benefit cap with articles 8 and 14 of the European Convention on Human Rights).
Isabella has taught European Union Law at various Colleges of the University of Cambridge since 2017. She continues to teach at St Edmund’s College, where she was elected as a Bye-Fellow in 2021.