|Call date: 1975||Appointed Queen's Counsel: 2002|
|Email: Gordon Bebb QC||Clerk: Graham Woods|
Identified as a leading silk in professional disciplinary and regulatory law both in Chambers and Legal 500. In the Legal 500 has been described as a "shining star of silk representation".
With a background in both serious crime and high value civil litigation, Gordon Bebb QC has become a specialist in the areas of clinical negligence, catastrophic personal injury and regulatory law.
In clinical negligence he is regularly instructed in wrongful birth and cerebral palsy cases. Recently in the CICA he obtained a Cerebral Palsy damages award of £8.5M believed to the largest ever awarded in that jurisdiction.
In personal injuries cases he acts for Claimants with catastrophic spinal and head injuries.
His regulatory practice encompasses Health and Safety and Professional Discipline. He was instructed in the Hatfield train prosecution, the leading case under the old law of corporate manslaughter and he represents companies and individuals in Health and Safety Prosecutions.
In healthcare he is regularly instructed to represent medical practitioners before the General Medical Council, the General Dental Council, the High Court (Judicial Review) in respect of regulatory breaches and in ancillary criminal prosecutions.
"He listens to what's being said and is prepared to look beyond what is required. He is fast thinking and good on his feet." Professional discipline, Chambers & Partners 2014
Gordon Bebb QC is "hugely knowledgeable" according to sources, who find him courteous, diligent, fast thinking and good on his feet. Professional Discipline, Chambers & Partners, 2013
Gordon Bebb QC is ‘very good at clearly putting forward difficult legal arguments’ Professional discipline and regulatory law, Legal 500, 2012
‘a shining star of silk representation‘ Professional discipline and regulatory law, Legal 500, 2009
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