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Mark Mullins is a public law barrister with particular interests and experience in judicial review, mental health and mental incapacity, healthcare and medical treatment, social care and social services law. He also practices in employment and discrimination law.
Employment & Discrimination
Mark’s employment and discrimination cases in the past year include USA v Nolan in the CJEU on the interpretation of collective redundancy rights under Directive 98/59 EU and the TULR(C)A 1992 and Chief Constable of Hampshire & South Central Ambulance Service v Bullale on “less favourable treatment” in the context of a race discrimination claim against a NHS Ambulance Trust.
He has appeared in disciplinary hearings in the GMC, GDC, NMC, and GPhC.
Areas of Law
- Court of Protection
- Clinical Negligence
- Disciplinary & Regulatory
- Employment & Discrimination
- Law In Sport
- Public Law
- Community Care
- Mental Health
“He’s very knowledgeable about the court and very good at dealing with the other side, even when they’re litigants in person.” Court of Protection, Chambers & Partners 2017
“Very experienced, unflappable and at ease when dealing with complex legal arguments.” Court of Protection, Chambers & Partners 2017
“He gets good work and is very approachable and nice.” Court of Protection, Chambers & Partners 2016
“An effective advocate, he is a reflective barrister who gives thoughtful advice.” Court of Protection, Chambers & Partners 2014
“He is very robust and gives realistic advice.” Court of Protection, Chambers & Partners 2013