Brick Court Chambers

Richard Gordon QC

Richard Gordon QC

YEAR OF CALL: 1972    YEAR OF SILK: 1994
CLERK:

"My first choice counsel for challenging issues, he is immensely approachable and makes such a technical area of law understandable. The way he responds to ques...
Chambers & Partners 2016

News

17/09/19

Court of Appeal clarifies electoral accounting

16/05/19

Seven members of Brick Court appointed to EHRC panel of counsel

27/02/19

Sanctions Law published

30/07/18

Supreme Court rules that doctors and families can agree to allow people in long-term vegetative states to die without legal application

25/07/18

Electoral Commission’s first intervention in Supreme Court

20/07/18

Permission for judicial review refused in landmark climate change challenge

02/05/18

Brick Court assists Canadian Senate Standing Committee on Rules, Procedures and the Rights of Parliament

27/02/18

EU law does not widen CMA’s remedial jurisdiction

09/01/18

Labour Party orders a re-run of Mayoral trigger ballot

08/11/17

‘Negotiating Brexit: The Legal Landscape’

05/10/17

R (on the application of Noel Conway) v The Secretary of State for Justice & ors [2017] EWHC 2447 (Admin)

04/08/17

Supreme Court gives last word on NHS’ funding responsibility for nursing care in care homes

24/05/17

Advance payment or security?

04/05/17

Landmark Cases in Public Law

02/05/17

Brick Court Chambers instructed in Charlie Gard appeal

12/04/17

Court of Appeal gives the green light to landmark challenge to law on assisted dying

04/04/17

Preparing for Brexit: the legislative options

04/04/17

Absence of fundamental rights jurisdiction without statutory power

22/03/17

Supreme Court determines limits of Court of Protection powers

21/03/17

Court of Appeal grants Holmcroft Properties permission to appeal in landmark ‘skilled persons’ judicial review case against KPMG

24/01/17

Supreme Court decides in landmark constitutional case that Act of Parliament is required to leave the EU

09/01/17

Brick Court Chambers instructed in new assisted dying challenge

09/12/16

Richard Gordon QC and Maya Lester QC speaking at 10th annual Judicial Review conference

02/12/16

Article 50 ‘Brexit’ appeal

01/12/16

UK government decides to proceed with Unified Patent Court despite Brexit

04/11/16

Divisional Court holds that Government cannot invoke Article 50 without Parliamentary authority

14/10/16

Five members of Brick Court instructed in landmark Article 50 case

21/09/16

Richard Gordon QC and Tom Pascoe advise on consequences of ‘Brexit’ for the Unified Patent Court

29/07/16

Court of Appeal refuses reference in a significant environmental case on the Environmental Liability Directive

27/06/16

The immediate legal consequences of Brexit under a new Prime Minister - by Richard Gordon QC

25/04/16

Electoral Commission designates The In Campaign Ltd and Vote Leave Ltd as the lead campaigners at the EU referendum

24/02/16

Divisional Court finds “not without some hesitation” that IRHP redress reviewers not subject to judicial review

04/02/16

Court of Appeal divided over meaning of ‘nursing care by a registered nurse’ under s.49 of the Health and Social Care Act 2001

20/01/16

Brick Court scores the highest number of appearances in The Lawyer Top 20 Cases of 2016

21/12/15

Judicial Review Challenge to NHS in Wales successfully resisted

17/12/15

Important environmental judicial review

16/12/15

Supreme Court defines limits of merger control

19/10/15

Brick Court maintains Public and Administrative Law ranking in 2015 Legal 500

03/10/15

Africa: Expanding Legal Horizons — key discussions and themes

30/09/15

CMA publishes final determinations in price control appeals

24/07/15

No discrimination against conventional generators of electricity

10/07/15

CMA application against Eurotunnel for an extension of interim relief dismissed By Court of Appeal

10/06/15

The rise and rise of Article 1 Protocol 1 in commercial public law litigation

29/05/15

Brick Court Public, EU and Competition Law Seminar reaches out to lawyers in professional trade associations

24/04/15

Permission Granted in IRHP Redress Judicial Review

11/03/15

Important Administrative Court case on the scope of s. 49 of the Health and Social Care Act 2001

09/02/15

First reference to the Supreme Court by Counsel General for Wales

21/11/14

Distinguishing penalties from incentivising payments

17/11/14

Stuart Wheeler obtains expedited judgment on legality of surrendering powers to EU

07/11/14

Court Ruling on consumer access to Heathrow electricity

29/09/14

Competition and Markets Authority abandons proposal to cap prices in credit hire market

25/09/14

Richard Gordon QC co-authors second edition of EU Law in Judicial Review

22/08/14

Cayman Grand Court dismisses important judicial review against the Cayman Water Authority and Cayman Government

25/07/14

Appointment as Special Adviser to Parliamentary Select Committee

24/07/14

Privy Council dismisses second appeal against discharge of injunction in Bimini Blue Coalition v The Prime Minister of the Bahamas

19/03/14

Supreme Court allows joined appeals in landmark cases under Article 5 ECHR

20/02/14

Two members of Brick Court to defend the Baby Boomers

20/12/13

Court of Appeal lacks jurisdiction to hear appeal

26/09/13

Taking the Government to Court

23/09/13

Leyton Orient Football Club judicial review application in relation to Olympic Stadium fails

02/08/13

‘The British Constitution - Continuity and Change’ published

24/07/13

Environment Agency -v- WEEE Light

13/05/13

Richard Gordon QC co-authors Constitution Society Report on Parliamentary Privilege

21/12/12

Hong Kong Court of Final Appeal decides landmark Human Rights case

07/11/12

Court of Appeal allows appeals in first Zambrano case before the Court

01/10/12

Richard Gordon QC appointed to the Panel of Queen’s Counsel as an advocate for the Welsh Government

21/09/12

London Metropolitan University granted permission for judicial review

13/06/12

Richard Gordon QC co-authors Select Committees and Coercive Powers Report

31/05/12

Seven justice Supreme Court throws significant doubt on whether resources are relevant to the initial assessment of the needs of disabled people

20/12/11

Richard Gordon QC given honorary appointment at Hong Kong University

23/11/11

Brick Court Chambers assists the Equality and Human Rights Commission

03/11/11

Hong Kong Court of Final Appeal grants leave to appeal in two landmark constitutional cases

09/05/11

Court of Appeal holds local authority to have acted unlawfully and in breach of mandatory guidance

14/01/11

Court of Appeal holds detention unlawful ab initio and not from date of Court Order

16/07/10

Court of Appeal holds that Mental Capacity Act 2005 ‘Best Interests’ regime is compatible with Article 5 ECHR

21/06/10

JR Claimant Denied Costs, Despite Ofcom Short-Circuiting the Proceedings

26/03/10

Repairing British Politics by Richard Gordon QC brings a written constitution to the debating table

23/02/10

Parent providing care for a child of a migrant worker who pursues her studies in the host Member State has a right of residence in that State

15/02/10

Different benefits treatment for persons who are self-employed prior to unemployment is lawful under EU Directive 2004/38

27/01/10

Different treatment for prisoners detained in hospital is lawful

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