Paul Rees QC
QC: 2000

Primary Areas of Practice
Clinical Negligence
Personal Injury
Professional Negligence
Environment Law
Public Law
Professional Disciplinary
Accredited Mediator
Paul Rees continues to have a broad common law practice, although he is most
widely known and recognised for his clinical negligence practice where he has been
involved in some of the most significant cases including eg the series of “indexation”
cases being considered at Court of Appeal level and possibly beyond in 2007.
He also practices in a wide range of medically-related fields including personal
injury, professional disciplinary tribunals, inquests and certain aspects of
administrative law. His experience in other non-medical types of professional
negligence has led to an involvement in some large building and construction cases
and experience of environmental law litigation as well.


He is listed as leading silk in both the Legal 500 and Chambers and Partners directories. "He is probably the hardest-working barrister I have ever come across. He has fantastic attention to detail, so you know nothing's going to be left uncovered - he's really, really top-drawer." (Chambers and Partners 2014) “Definitely the right silk for test cases” (Legal 500 2013) "incredibly meticulous and thorough" in his approach, and also a highly approachable barrister. One instructing solicitor remarked that "Rees' superb intellectual ability means that he can tackle any legal or medical conundrum put before him - working with him always enhances the case." (Chambers and Partners 2013) His great strength is his forensic attention to detail which endures that “no point is ever missed” and that there is “nothing the judge will ask that he can’t deal with.” (Chambers and Partners 2012) An outstanding defendant barrister hugely respected for his pragmatic and sensible approach as well as his ability to make all members of his team feel valued regardless of their rank or role.” “Incredibly diligent and thorough he never misses anything.” (Chambers and Partners 2011) "Paul Rees QC is singled out for his handling of claims against architects and accountants." (Legal 500, 2007) Appointments
Previously Treasury Junior Counsel Common Law
Supplementary Panel 1991

Milkhu v North West London Hospitals NHS Trust (2003)
Parkin v Bromley Health Authority (2002)
Webb v Barclays Bank & Others [2001] Lloyd's Rep Med 500
Hubbard v Lambeth, Southwark & Lewisham Health Authority TLR 8.10.2001
Hornsby v Clark Kenneth Leventhal [2000] 4 AER 567
Plenderleith v Royal College of Vetinary Surgeons [1996] 1 WLR 224
Mahmood v Siggins [1996] 7 Med LR 76
Norplant Litigation
Hiron v Pynford 60 BLR 78
Taylor v Worcester DHA 2 Med LR 215
Bell v Browne [1990] 2QB 495

Paul was educated at Oxford and was previously a Treasury Junior Counsel,
Common Law. He is a member of the Professional Negligence Bar Association, the
Technology & Construction Bar Association and the London Common Law and
Commercial Bar Association.


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