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Mark Bradley

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Mark Bradley - Deans Court Chambers

Education

  • BSc (Hons) Chemistry
  • PgDL
  • BVC

Appointments

Professional Associations

  • Personal Injuries Bar Association
  • Association of Regulatory and Disciplinary Lawyers
  • Mental Health Lawyers Association

Awards

Profile

Mark Bradley has a significant healthcare practice. He specialises in professional discipline and regulation, coroner’s inquests, court of protection, clinical negligence and personal injury.

He has considerable experience of advising and representing healthcare professionals in General Dental Council and General Medical Council proceedings.

Mark appears at inquests on behalf of families, local authorities, insurers and other interested parties.
He recognises that early, and skilled, involvement ensures that legal issues such as disclosure, representation, contact with the Coroner, expert evidence and legal arguments are all dealt with in a timely fashion, all of which may have a significant impact on the course and outcome of inquest proceedings.

Mark appears in the High Court instructed by the Official Solicitor, in cases involving the requirement for urgent medical treatment in persons with learning disabilities, and disputed capacity to consent to such medical treatment.

He also regularly appears in the Court of Protection on behalf of local authorities, in cases involving welfare issues, including contact and capacity to consent to sexual relations.

Mark has developed his Clinical Negligence practice alongside his Coronial Law practice, advising on claims involving a wide range of medical issues.

He undertakes all aspects of personal injury work from fast-track trials to High Court applications.
Mark accepts work under conditional fee agreements.

Mark also has experience of all levels of advice and enforcement in the areas of environmental, health and safety and trading standards regulation.

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