Charlotte Kilroy is a leading public law, civil liberties and human rights specialist. She has a broad practice in areas including asylum and human rights law, constitutional law, actions against the police, and civil claims for damages.

She has considerable expertise in bringing systemic public law challenges, with a particular focus on constitutional issues, issues of fairness and access to justice, claims related to Dublin III family reunification of unaccompanied minors, asylum and immigration, and closed material procedures in the High Court, SIAC and the IPT. 

Charlotte is highly rated by both leading independent legal directories, the Legal 500 and Chambers and 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 is highly-rated for her specialist expertise in Civil Liberties & Human Rights Law.

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Immigration

Charlotte is recognised as a leading expert on immigration matters.

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Public & Regulatory

Charlotte regularly acts in a wide range of Public law matters.

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Achievements

Education

1998- 1999 Inns of Court School of Law, London Bar Vocational Course, Very Competent


1996- 1997 City University, London CPE/Diploma in Law with Commendation 1990- 1994 Magdalen College, Oxford University BA Honours in Classics: 2:1

Inner Temple CPE Law Award (1996)

Inner Temple Major Scholarship (1997)


Career History pre-Bar

1999-2000 Legal researcher, JUSTICE

1998 Senior Law Projects Officer, British Council, Beijing, China

1997-1998 Legal assistant, Allen & Overy, Beijing, China

VAT registration number: 798630670

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