Charlotte Kilroy specialises in public law with a particular focus on human rights, asylum and immigration, and regulatory law. 

She is experienced in a wide variety of courts and tribunals, and is also expert in closed material procedures in the High Court, Special Immigration Appeals Commission and the Investigatory Powers Tribunal. She is currently representing women deceived by undercover police officers into having sexual relationships at the Undercover Policing Inquiry.

Charlotte is highly rated by both leading independent legal directories, the Legal 500 and Chambers & Partners, for her work in Administrative & Public Law, Civil Liberties & Human Rights, and Immigration.

“A dynamic human rights silk” and “a major driving force behind the jurisprudence that has been developed on many cases. She's quite brilliant,” said Chambers UK 2020. 

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Civil Liberties & Human Rights

 

Charlotte has long-standing experience in Civil Liberties & Human Rights Law. She has appeared in many leading cases on constitutional law, access to justice and procedural fairness.

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Immigration

Charlotte is a leading expert in asylum and immigration matters. She has particular experience in challenging policies concerning the processing of asylum claims, and the detention and removal of asylum-seekers.

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Public & Regulatory

Charlotte has extensive experience in public law litigation, with a long track record of success in complex claims.

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Rule of Law

Charlotte has appeared in many of the leading cases raising constitutional issues relating to the rule of law

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EU & Competition

Charlotte is experienced in EU law, and related issues arising following the UK's exit from the EU.

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Achievements

Education

Magdalen College, Oxford University BA Honours in Classics

Inner Temple CPE Law Award (1996)

Inner Temple Major Scholarship (1997)

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